Staff exodus at Labour HQ

A major clear-out of staff is underway at the Labour Party’s headquarters in Ely Place following their unsuccessful election campaign.

14th July, 2007

A major clear-out of staff is underway at the Labour Party’s headquarters in Ely Place following their unsuccessful election campaign.

A second close advisor to the leader, Fergus O’Raghallaigh, has resigned his position in addition to the leader’s chef de cabinet, Adrian Langan who is to depart in September.

O’Raghallaigh, a former RTE economics correspondent, was appointed by Labour leader Pat Rabbitte in 2002 when he was elected leader,...

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