# labour - Yesterday’s News
# labour - Saturday 6 February, 2016
14 months on from the Jobstown protest, can Labour hang on to a seat? Dublin South-West is looking impossible to call – as we discovered in a night on the doorsteps…
TheJournal.ie’s GE16 FactCheck tests Fianna Fáil claims about Labour’s record on education.
# labour - Friday 5 February, 2016
The fiscal space continues to be the main talking point of the general election campaign.
The youths said they were “cleaning up the area”.
“I don’t think that’s a fair question. No, obviously not.”
# labour - Wednesday 3 February, 2016
In our third election debate, Labour and the Greens do battle on the environment and being in government.
# labour - Tuesday 2 February, 2016
Getting ahead of themselves.
# labour - Monday 1 February, 2016
A new poll shows strong support for Friday over Thursday.
The Labour deputy leader said yesterday that in politics “you are your own boss”.
We mean the date of the election of course.
It’s a phrase you’ll be hearing a lot from the political parties in the coming months.
# labour - Sunday 31 January, 2016
The party gained support in the latest opinion poll.
# labour - Saturday 30 January, 2016
At its last big gathering before the election, Labour was doing an awful lot of standing up in Mullingar today.
The Tánaiste said “hard-earned progress” could be “squandered” by voting for other parties.
Plus: How much will it cost to do up two government departments?
This is the second hit in the polls for Fine Gael since Christmas.
# labour - Thursday 28 January, 2016
The Labour deputy leader, who has described the issue as his number one priority, was seeking votes in Roscrea.
# labour - Wednesday 27 January, 2016
Big talk from Labour’s deputy leader this morning.
# labour - Thursday 21 January, 2016
Mary Lou McDonald and Joan Burton had a heated exchange in the Dáil.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
# labour - Tuesday 19 January, 2016
Independent TD John Halligan was first up this evening in the debate on the Tánaiste’s no confidence motion.
Analysis: Labour should be keeping its head down. Instead the party’s most senior figures are committing own goals.
The Labour Party says she broke no rules in making the appointment.
# labour - Monday 18 January, 2016
How much will negative campaigning feature in this general election and who will be the winners and losers, asks Paul Allen.
The Sinn Féin leader will deliver a keynote speech on live TV at the conclusion of the party’s Ard Fheis.
# labour - Sunday 17 January, 2016
As the election looms large, we assess what coalition options are on the table.
“What anyone does in their own personal time is their own business,” says transport minister Paschal Donohoe.
The new poster has a cartoon-dig at the health policies of both Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael.
# labour - Saturday 16 January, 2016
Everything from why Richie Kavanagh was there to how the party will arrange for an independent watchdog to keep them in line.
With the election looming, the government parties have taken a hit in two separate polls out this evening.
# labour - Friday 15 January, 2016
Analysis: The decision to appoint David Begg as chair of the Pensions Authority has caused controversy and unnecessary hassle for Labour.
# labour - Tuesday 12 January, 2016
Will Paton has called for affirmative action for housing locals in Carlow.
Party finance spokesperson Michael McGrath also insisted it would not be going into coalition with Sinn Féin.
# labour - Monday 11 January, 2016
Analysis: All that remains is for Enda Kenny to name the date.
# labour - Thursday 7 January, 2016
“It is an inconvenient issue that they want to get out of the way,” the Sinn Féin leader has told supporters in Dublin this evening.
# labour - Tuesday 5 January, 2016
Labour’s Simon Danczuk has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in recent weeks.
Corbyn has learned it seems from the situation four months ago when reporters eavesdropped through his office door. The UK Labour leader is set to reshuffle his shadow cabinet amid internal dissent.
The Tánaiste also said some discussions on social media “become very extreme”.