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Kelly won’t table no-confidence motion against Howlin as he backs off assault

Labour TDs and senators have rallied behind Howlin, who said this weekend there was 'no tolerance' for further discussion on his leadership of the party

2nd September, 2018
Alan Kelly has said that the Labour Party needs a ‘radical change’, but has stopped short of challenging Brendan Howlin for the leadership Rollingnews

Labour TD Alan Kelly has said he does not intend to table a motion of no confidence in party leader Brendan Howlin, despite appearing to call for a change in leadership last week.

Labour TDs and senators have rallied behind Howlin, who said this weekend there was “no tolerance” for further discussion on his leadership of the party.

Kelly said on Friday that Labour needs “a radical change”, telling Tipp FM: “We need...

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