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In pictures: Labour declares war on Sinn Féin?

Labour has launched a poster campaign calling Sinn Féin’s referendum campaign information ‘misleading’ and ‘irrelevant’.

THE LABOUR PARTY today launched a new referendum poster campaign waging war on what it calls “Sinn Féin’s track record of getting it wrong when it comes to major decisions”.

Heading to the Sinn Féin shop on Parnell Square in Dublin today to hang their new posters, Labour’s deputy director of elections Dominic Hannigan said:

Sinn Féin’s Referendum campaign has been based on information that is misleading, irrelevant and in many cases, just plain wrong, and it is hard to take them seriously.
Sinn Féin voted for the bank guarantee in 2008. They were wrong on that and they are wrong on the Stability Treaty.

Handbags.

In pictures: Labour declares war on Sinn Féin?
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  • Labour party walk with their posters to the Sinn Féin shop

    Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland
  • Safe cross code

    Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland
  • Labour versus Sinn Féin

    Pictured (LtoR) Deputy Dominic Hannigan, Ciara Conway, Jed Nash, John Lyons, Kevin Humphreys TD and Eimear Costello stand with Labour Posters outside the Sinn Fein shop in Dublin today. Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland
  • All hands on deck

    Deputy Dominic Hannigan hangs a poster on a lampost opposite the Sinn Fein shop in Dublin. Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland
  • Job done

    Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland
  • Careful now!

    Deputy Dominic Hannigan falls off his ladder after putting up a Labour poster. Photo: Sam Boal / Photocall Ireland

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