As relations between the coalition parties become increasingly fractious, the election of Labour Party TD Colm Keaveney to the position of party chairman is an important indicator of the mood among the wider membership of the party.
Described as something of a 'contrarian' in the party, Keaveney, 42, campaigned on a platform of shaking up decision-making among the hierarchy and raising Labour's profile in government.
The Galway East politician follows in the footsteps of Michael D...
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