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Poll: Should Eamon Gilmore step down as leader of the Labour party?

MEP Phil Prendergast made the call following the party’s poor performance in recent opinion polls.

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MEP PHIL PRENDERGAST has called for Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore to step down as leader of the Labour party.

Her call for action follows the party receiving a “disproportionate kicking” in opinion poll results, and said that there has a been a “crisis” in Labour for the past year and a half.

“At this stage, I just think we need a change from the leadership,” she said.

We want to know what you think: Should Eamon Gilmore step down as leader of the Labour party?


Poll Results:




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