# labour - Yesterday’s News
The Tories are in disarray. So why are Labour choosing to move against their leader?
# labour - Sunday 26 June, 2016
Here’s what you need to know as you start your Sunday.
# labour - Friday 24 June, 2016
This is not helping, dad.
# labour - Monday 20 June, 2016
The House of Commons was recalled especially to honour the Labour MP, who was murdered in her constituency last week.
# labour - Sunday 19 June, 2016
Bray town councillor Pat Vance told his colleagues in 2013: “I’ll keep on saying it, time and time again, something needs to be done.”
# labour - Friday 17 June, 2016
The Labour MP died after being shot twice and stabbed outside a library near Leeds yesterday.
# labour - Wednesday 8 June, 2016
Labour has announced its spokespeople – and the troubled utility is no longer part of Kelly’s day job.
# labour - Wednesday 1 June, 2016
A Labour Party motion on workers’ rights was carried this evening.
# labour - Monday 23 May, 2016
But Kelly says he will be staying in the party.
# labour - Friday 20 May, 2016
Kevin Humphreys said that the Seanad appointments and ministerial appointments would amount to “jobs for the boys”.
Alan Kelly did not turn up to the announcement this afternoon.
# labour - Tuesday 17 May, 2016
Fine Gael’s Michael D’Arcy and Paschal Donohoe received €15,000 in private donations between them last year.
While Alan Kelly has put his name forward, it appears support is leaning towards Brendan Howlin.
# labour - Friday 13 May, 2016
It’s too soon to say which of his Labour colleagues will back him for the role, Kelly said.
Enda Kenny, however, isn’t faring very well.
# labour - Wednesday 11 May, 2016
The Wexford TD denied that he looked for a precondition of an uncontested leadership, saying “certainly not” and that he’s “absolutely” up for a contest.
# labour - Tuesday 10 May, 2016
The future leadership of the party will be discussed at the party’s parliamentary meeting.
# labour - Saturday 7 May, 2016
The former Tánaiste says yesterday’s vote for Taoiseach was “like a bad play”.
# labour - Wednesday 4 May, 2016
Massive protests and Clouseau-esque political mistakes in 2014 meant that two years on, the issue HAD to be dealt with.
# labour - Thursday 28 April, 2016
He was also suspended from the Labour Party today.
# labour - Monday 18 April, 2016
The prospect of Labour supporting a Fine Gael-led minority was also downplayed today.
Talks between the country’s two largest parties will resume later today.
# labour - Saturday 16 April, 2016
The party has said that it is one of three options being considered.
The Ryanair boss has a view on the current political deadlock.
# labour - Wednesday 6 April, 2016
Labour wants to align with the SocDems and the Greens in the new Dáil.
# labour - Thursday 31 March, 2016
Brendan Howlin is emerging as the clear favourite to succeed Joan Burton.
# labour - Wednesday 30 March, 2016
Meanwhile, Alan Kelly apologised for comments he made about power being a drug that suited him.
# labour - Saturday 26 March, 2016
The party is holding an election post-mortem in Dublin next week.
# labour - Wednesday 23 March, 2016
Analysis: Fine Gael is serious about a minority government without Fianna Fáil, but it will eventually have to talk to the old enemy.
# labour - Tuesday 22 March, 2016
There has been a bit of movement from all parties in Leinster House this afternoon.
Last month Aodhán Ó Ríordáin said he wasn’t going to “kick around the Seanad’ if he lost his Dáil seat. Now he’s changed his mind.
# labour - Monday 21 March, 2016
Kathleen Lynch has given a revealing interview in which she criticises the Health Minister.
# labour - Friday 18 March, 2016
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin, Kevin Humphreys and Ged Nash are all seeking a Leinster House comeback.
# labour - Saturday 12 March, 2016
Is a second election on the cards?
# labour - Sunday 6 March, 2016
Anything is possible in politics. Jeremy Corbyn’s ascent to leader of Labour seems to have happened almost by accident.
# labour - Thursday 3 March, 2016
The Tánaiste and Labour said the party must “reflect, rebuild and renew” following its worst election ever.
Sinn Féin, Independents and the smaller parties have achieved the biggest shift in recent political history – but will it last?
It might sound impossible, but Labour’s devastating defeat is even worse than it looks.