Kelly marks Howlin’s card
Colleagues in Labour feel he should have been allowed run for leadership, claims Kelly
Labour TD Alan Kelly has said he still wants to lead the party and has reignited the row over being denied a chance to run against Brendan Howlin last year.
As Labour gathered for its annual conference in Wexford this weekend, Kelly said the majority of party members believe he should not have been denied a run at the leadership last year.
Howlin was elected Labour leader last year after the six of the party’s...
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