Michael Brennan: The biggest issue facing Labour is not on today's agenda

The elephant in the room is whether Alan Kelly can enter the leadership battle

17th May, 2016
The biggest issue facing Labour is the party leadership

The biggest issue facing Labour is

the party leadership. But it is not on the agenda for the meeting of the parliamentary party at noon today.

The seven Labour TDs and five Senators are instead scheduled to discuss Dáil business and a forthcoming private bill to have a referendum to guarantee Irish Water remains in public ownership.

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