Labour unease over Reilly's graduate nursing and midwifery scheme

Health minister James Reilly's graduate nursing and midwifery scheme is causing friction in the Labour Party, with a number of TDs voicing "deep unease" about it.

27th January, 2013

Minister for Health James Reilly's graduate nursing and midwifery scheme is causing friction in the Labour Party, with a number of TDs voicing "deep unease" about it to party leader and Tánaiste and Labour Party leader Éamon Gilmore.

Several deputies plan to raise it with the party leader at this week's parliamentary party meeting and will seek to improve the terms of the scheme.

Eamon Maloney, a Labour TD for Dublin South...

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