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Labour faces unease over coalition motion

The Labour Party is heading for further controversy over its electoral strategy, as a motion to be brought before its national annual conference rules out any post-election talks with Fianna Fáil.

30th April, 2005

The Labour Party is heading for further controversy over its electoral strategy, as a motion to be brought before its national annual conference rules out any post-election talks with Fianna Fáil.

Senior members of the parliamentary party are voicing unease at the preliminary motion from the Bray East branch in Co Wicklow.

The motion states: “Conference affirms the Labour Party's rejection of the policies and actions of Fianna Fáil, the PDs and Sinn...

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