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What is the future for Labour, ahead of #GE16.2?

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So there we have it. A government. And even a programme to go with it. As with any document of this nature (and length) there is much that nobody will oppose - and much couched in anodyne language that will resist analysis, much less critique. There are however, some poison pills unearthed, such as the potential privatisation of healthcare facilities.

After 2015, an uncertain future awaits the political parties

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As the festive season approaches it is not only turkeys which are facing an uncertain future; politicians are also of a nervous disposition as they face the verdict of the electorate in the early weeks of the New Year.

Fine Gael/Labour the most likely victors of Election 2016

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With summer upon us and the political season drawing to a close, it is an opportune time for Insider to take the political temperature and to speculate about what may lie ahead. This review is of course given an added edge by the fact that, at some point in the next nine months or so, what is likely to one of the most unpredictable general elections in the history of the State will be held.

Council strike suspended pending Labour Court decision

A threatened strike by Mayo County Council’s outdoor staff which could have had a serious impact on the provision of services in the county has been called off, pending a Labour Court hearing.

What have Labour ever done for us?

The shock resignation of ‘Super’ Junior Minister for Housing Willie Penrose in recent weeks has rocked the Labour Party in the lead up to the first Budget which the Coalition will soon deliver.

Labour to hold national conference in Galway next year

The Labour Party could be part of, or else leading, the next government, by the time it holds its national conference in Galway next spring.

Labour Party

The Westport Branch of the Labour Party would like to thank the parishioners of St Mary's and Holy Trinity churches who gave so generously at the branch's recent church gate collection.

Tribute to well respected socialist, trade union activist

Michael Joe Lavelle, who died recently aged 79, was a loyal and dedicated member of the Westport branch of the Labour Party for over 55 years. He gave long and faithful service to the Labour Party and made a real and tangible contribution to the Irish labour movement, and he was elected Westport branch president for life in 2007.


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