Kelly resigns as Labour leader after party colleagues lose confidence in him
The 46-year-old Tipperary TD said the move was a suprise, but that he accepted it immediately
Alan Kelly has resigned as leader of the Labour Party, with a contest to replace him set to get underway over the coming weeks.
The 46-year-old Tipperary TD only took over the leadership two years ago, and his resignation has come as a surprise to many in the political bubble of Leinster House. Kelly’s performance as an opposition leader throughout the pandemic would have been viewed by many as strong, and the overwhelming success of ...