Gilmore heave criticised by Adams during US visit

Sinn Féin president says people who pushed out leader were complicit in Labour policies.

1st June, 2014
Gerry Adams's two-day trip to the US included meetings with Obama administration officials in Washington. Picture: AP

Outgoing Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore is getting support from an unexpected quarter: Gerry Adams sympathises with his plight.

The Sinn Féin president told The Sunday Business Post that those who had pushed the Labour leader out were themselves complicit in his major strategic decisions.

“The very people who heaved against him voted for them [Labour] to go into government. And on the medical card issue, just three weeks ago, they voted against...

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