Wednesday January 29, 2020

Rabbitte finds himself in a bit of a hole

It is not surprising that there are tensions within the Labour Party.

11th December, 2004

It is not surprising that there are tensions within the Labour Party. There are annoyances over Pat Rabbitte's style of leadership, there are disappointments with his performance nationally, there are anxieties arising from the local elections and the opinion poll outcomes, there is anger among some of his colleagues with the manner in which he handled the presidential election issue and there is apprehension that the party will lose out in an alliance with Fine...

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