Gilmore throws cold water on changes to government programme
Labour leader Eamon Gilmore has dampened speculation of a renegotiation of the Programme for Government, rowing in behind Enda Kenny, who ruled it out last week.
Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore has dampened speculation of a renegotiation of the Programme for Government, rowing in behind Taoiseach Enda Kenny, who ruled it out last week.
Gilmore said the suggestion of a renegotiation of the programme had been "over-reported", and signalled to a meeting of the Labour Parliamentary Party that it was not on the agenda, according to several witnesses. This was despite a statement from Labour minister Brendan Howlin that there would...
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