Tag Archives: Labour

Phil Prendergast MEP is touting for votes on gay dating app Grindr

Phil Prendergast, Labour MEP for Ireland South, is touting for an auld scratch at the ballot box for the upcoming European elections on Grindr. What is Grindr? It is basically the most popular dating app for gay men in Ireland. … Continue reading

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Meanwhile at Colm Keaveney’s constituency office.

Former Labour TD Colm Keaveney will join Fianna Fáil today. The Galway East TD is expected to be announced as a party TD today after his name is put to a special meeting of the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party. Meanwhile at … Continue reading

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Senator Denis Landy needs to reveal who tried to bribe him.

It is being reported in todays Sunday Independent that Labour Senator Denis Landy from South Tipperary was offered a bribe of a holiday in New York in return for going AWOL during a series of votes in relation to abolishing … Continue reading

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Labour Senator John Whelan hospitalised after bar room incident.

Reports of an alleged incident are coming in from County Laois that Labour Senator John Whelan had to be hospitalised after a bar room altercation. The alleged incident took place in a well-known pub in Portlaoise town around 7pm Sunday … Continue reading

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The Meath East By-election

The candidates for the Meath East by-election are, Fine Gael’s Helen McEntee, Fianna Fáil Senator Thomas Byrne, Cllr Eoin Holmes of  Labour, Sinn Féin’s Darren O Rourke, Sean O’Buachalla of the Greens, Seamus McDonagh of the Workers’ Party and Ben … Continue reading

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Minister Joan Burton hounded out of Dundalk shopping centre

Ms Burton was heckled relentlessly as she spoke at the launch of a JobsPlus scheme at Marshes Shopping Centre in Dundalk town centre on Friday . The Minister was eventually forced to leave the event prematurely. In the background you … Continue reading

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Kite flying season is upon us.

As sure as the swallows migrate to warmer climates during the winter, and as easter and christmas come around once a year. It is that time of year at the moment that comes around once a year also, those last two … Continue reading

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Kathleen Lynch vs Fianna Fail

Kathleen Lynch, the fiery Junior minister for mental health and Labour TD for Cork North Central decided to open up on the “19 men” from Fianna Fail in defence of Minister Reilly last night. She derided the 19 men in … Continue reading

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Public sector allowances that will give you a mild heart attack.

Yesterday the Minister for Public Expenditure, Reform, keeping Trade unions happy and high priest of the Croke park agreement, minister Brendan Howlin, T.D announced his review of Public Service Allowances and Premium Payments. What he means by review, is that … Continue reading

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Silly season is over let the games begin.

Last week An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny declared silly season is over. In the meantime Galway east Labour TD and Chairman of the Labour Party, Colm Keaveney, started playing political games with the coalition. Claiming the Labour Party is preparing for … Continue reading

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