A leaflet sent to Labour Party members from the 2002 Labour Party Leadership contest. It has profiles , provided by the candidates, for both the Leadership and Deputy Leadership Elections. 33 more words
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The Gay & Lesbian Equality Network has paid tribute to former Tánaiste and Leader of the Labour Party, Eamon Gilmore TD, as he stepped down from both posts earlier this week. 235 more words
From September 2007 a letter from Eamon Gilmore to Labour Party members outlining his aims for the Party. These aims included winning 30 seats at the next General Election and an open style of leadership. 16 more words
Louth’s TD Ged Nash has announced his intention to support Joan Burton in the upcoming leadership contest within the Labour Party.
Deputy Nash, from Drogheda, had previously given his support to Alan Kelly for the deputy leadership role within the part but only announced his decision to support Minister Burton in succeeding Eamon Gilmore earlier today. 11 more words
How do you go from being the most popular political leader in the country by far to the least, who is now fighting to save his job? 1,337 more words
3 years after “Eamon Gilmore for Taoiseach” screamed at us from telephone poles across the country, and indeed at the time might have seemed a reasonable projection for the future, the great “Pink One” has announced his resignation of the Labour party leadership and his role as Tanaiste is in question. 955 more words