Gilmore's gloves are off for the treaty scrap
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore argues that the government is entitled to point out to the electorate the consequences of a No vote in the upcoming referendum, writes Pat Leahy.
Eamon Gilmore made his bones in opposition with trenchant, slashing attacks on the Fianna Fáil-Green government's economic and banking policies.
Week after week in the Dáil thoughout 2009 and 2010, he projected a barely-suppressed anger that struck a chord with a public both bemused and enraged by what was happening to their country and its prosperity.
After a harum-scarum general election campaign, Gilmore's savage indignation propelled him into power, in a government with...
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