Parties cool on Gormley’s call for talks

The suggestion by Green leader John Gormley that the party leaders should gather to discuss the government’s plans for a four-year budget strategy received a cautious response from opposition parties this weekend.

9th October, 2010
Parties cool on Gormley’s call for talks
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The suggestion by Green leader John Gormley that the party leaders should gather to discuss the government’s plans for a four-year budget strategy received a cautious response from opposition parties this weekend.

None of them believes the idea will fly, but nor do they want to be seen to be shooting down the suggestion.

A Labour spokesman said that if Eamon Gilmore received a call from the Taoiseach asking him to attend a...

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