Labour must seize this opportunity to broaden its appeal

Next weekend, the Labour Party goes into its annual conference in good fettle. The party has surged in the polls and Eamon Gilmore is the most popular party leader in the country.

21st March, 2009

Next weekend, the Labour Party goes into its annual conference in good fettle. The party has surged in the polls and Eamon Gilmore is the most popular party leader in the country.

While Fine Gael has consistently maintained its lead over Fianna Fáil in the polls, Labour’s showing suggests that not only will the party be in the next government, but it could be there with a strength not seen since Dick Spring at his...

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