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Burton appoints Gilmore lieutenant to key party role
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Burton appoints Gilmore lieutenant to key party role

Tánaiste Joan Burton has appointed one of Eamon Gilmore's key lieutenants to the most senior full time position within Labour, with a focus on election planning and political strategy. David Leach, the new Labour general secretary, will also be ... Irish Times, 9 hours ago
Autumn 15 tsunami for coalition. Village Magazine, 3 weeks ago
Joan Burton: Eamon is here and in very good form, 1 month ago

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Books: Credit where credit is due on the economy

Could Eamon Gilmore's "act of treason" turn out, instead, to have been a great act of patriotism? As recovery takes hold and foreign money flows in, the actions of the two Brians - especially those of Brian Lenihan - on the austerity programme, and ...
 Irish Independent2 weeks ago

Gilmore welcomes 50 new jobs at Dell HQ

Eamon Gilmore, Labour Party T.D. for Dun Laoghaire, has welcomed today's announcement of 50 new highly-skilled software engineering jobs at Dell's headquarters at Cherrywood Business Park in Loughlinstown. "I am delighted to see Dell announcing 50 ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago Gilmore welcomes decision to keep Dun Laoghaire courthouse open  Noodls1 month ago

Support for Labour party has doubled since Joan Burton's promotion to leader

Support for the Labour party has doubled since Eamon Gilmore quit the battered party. A new opinion poll shows an increase in backing for the junior coalition party since Joan Burton was promoted to leader. It reveals how the party's popularity ...
 Irish Mirror2 months ago A lot of people in the Labour Party are feeling the The Burton Bounce right now  TheJournal.ie3 weeks ago Struggling in the opinion polls? Shoot the entire parliamentary party  Irish Times1 month ago Struggling in the opinion polls? Put party in the picture  Irish Times1 month ago

Whatever happened to Eamon Gilmore ?

He seems to have totally vanished into thin air, I was expecting him to at least pop up on RTE Radio panel shows from time
 Politics.ie3 weeks ago

Burton axes Budget tax bonus for families

Her predecessor, Eamon Gilmore, put a child tax credit on the table as a key Budget demand from the junior coalition partners to ease the burden for hard-pressed taxpayers. Mr Gilmore hoped it would win favour with families across the country as ...
 Accountingnet.ie2 months ago Burton drops special family tax break in Budget talks  Irish Independent1 month ago
Irish Times

Róisín Shortall thinks Eamon Gilmore was out of touch, in denial and should have quit sooner

Video ( FORMER JUNIOR HEALTH minister Róisín Shortall has no shortage of views on James Reilly, the current state of the health service and the state of her former party, Labour. In an in-depth ...
 TheJournal.ie2 months ago Roisín Shortall's HSE concerns dismissed  Irish Examiner1 month ago James Reilly says controversial health service reform proposals were part of agreed Government policy  Irish Times1 month ago Taoiseach 'dismissed' Shortall concerns on health  RTE Online1 month ago

Coalition considers cap on bills for families with grown-up children

The Coalition is looking at a cap on water charges for families with grown-up children still living at home. But an extra water allowance for children over 18 who are attending college or are unemployed now appears to be off the table. And the ...
 Irish Independent1 day ago
Irish Times

Government needs to win back the support of workers

Since the onset of the economic crisis, first the Fianna Fáil-Green Party administration and subsequently the current Government introduced legislation to give themselves emergency powers to push through a number of controversial measures.These ...
 Irish Times1 day ago

Remember all that posh wine the Government is trying to sell? No one wants it

THE DEPARTMENT OF Foreign Affairs is struggling to sell off the contents of its wine cellar. A spokesperson for the DFA confirmed to that it hasn't sold any wine so far this year. Earlier today, the Irish Examiner and the Herald both ...
 TheJournal.ie2 days ago
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