The Labour Party now faces its greatest challenge

The Labour Party now faces its greatest challenge

The liberal agenda has been realised: it’s time to take on the issues that preoccupy this generation of young workers

No political party has a better claim to having been midwife to modern Ireland than the Labour Party. In 1983 when Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil surrendered to the fundamentalists in the Pro-Life movement, Labour opposed the insertion in our Constitution of the Eighth Amendment.

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