Thursday October 29, 2020

It’s time for Labour’s lucky leader to make his first strike

Eamon Gilmore has reason to be happy with himself as he travels to Kilkenny this weekend for the Labour Party conference.

29th November, 2008

Eamon Gilmore has reason to be happy with himself as he travels to Kilkenny this weekend for the Labour Party conference. The party is performing well in the polls, to the extent that an additional half dozen seats would be realisable if an election were held in the short term.

His own reputation is growing. He is believed to be performing well in the Dail, creating more impact than his rival (or is it his...

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