Labour’s delicate balancing act

Fine Gael and the Labour Party will demonstrate their close ties again tomorrow when Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny attends Labour’s gathering in Cork.

16th September, 2006

Fine Gael and the Labour Party will demonstrate their close ties again tomorrow when Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny attends Labour’s gathering in Cork.

By exchanging invites to their respective party ‘think-ins’, Kenny and the Labour leader, Pat Rabbitte, have made a unique move in the history of the two parties.

Political pundits have described the gesture as a ‘‘striking display of unity’’ between the two parties.

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