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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C
Eamon Chilled-more

Recognise this relaxed, laid-back and groovy future Tánaiste?

Simpler days for a certain future Labour leader…

LAST WEEK WE brought you pictures of a young Labour senator back in the day when he wore beads and hung out with hippies in the Slieve Bloom mountains.

This week we bring you someone a little more recognisable and a little more laid-back then he probably is these days.

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Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore didn’t have to worry about Labour’s Way or Frankfurt’s Way back in 1991, nor the latest controversy involving Alan Shatter.

Nope, times were pretty simple for Gilmore in 1991 as he urged voters to re-elect him and his Workers’ Party team onto Dublin City Council.

But his pose indicates that even if you didn’t he’d be totally cool with that. You know, whatever.

Here’s the leaflet in full:

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Read: Recognise this dashing future senator with a gathering of hippies in the 1990s?

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