Labour’s Way


Labour’s Alan Kelly (centre) surrounded by supporters including his wife Regina O’Connor (front row, fifth from left), Labour’s Sean Sherlock and Duncan Smith (front row, ninth and tenth from left) and Jan O’Sullivan (front row, second from left)  and Willie Penrose (back row, third from right) on the plinth this morning

Or Teneo’s way?

They must decide.

This afternoon.

Labour’s Alan Kelly tweetz:

“I am delighted to announce that I have been nominated to stand for leader of Labour. A huge thank you to all those who have supported me and especially the people of Tipperary for giving me their confidence once again as, without them, I wouldn’t be in a position to be here today.”

Alan Kelly seeking to return Labour to ‘leadership of the left’ (The Irish Times)

‘Day of apologising is over’ for Labour, says Alan Kelly (Aidan Corkery, Business Post)

Related: Alan Kelly: ‘Power is a drug . . . it suits me’ (Niamh Horan, Sunday Independent, January 31, 2016)

Previously: High Again

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12 thoughts on “Labour’s Way

      1. millie vanilly strikes again


        Say whatever you like about him, he is very quotable. In a George Bush sort of way.

  1. Barry the Hatchet

    “‘Day of apologising is over’ for Labour, says Alan Kelly”. I wasn’t aware the apologising had ever begun.

  2. Spud

    Just as the public are looking for change, Labour think of bringing back Kelly??

    Jebus Christ!!

    Bye bye Labour if he gets into the hot seat.

  3. some old queen

    Alan ‘water meters’ Kelly- a project that couldn’t even pay for itself let alone contribute to the upgrade of the infrastructure- they really are clueless.

  4. V

    Before all the knives get sharpened and clips of Alan Kelly going from imitating Enimen to McGregor start to circulate

    AK played an absolute blinder in the Dáil during Oct Nov of 2017 on behalf of Maurice McCabe, and was instrumental in opening up the Tess/ Noirin/ Frances email group – right there on his feet – on his own
    And tearing the then Minister for Justice asunder – day after day
    More than anyone else in the Dáil
    And I’m sure Mary Lou – who wasn’t behind the door herself, would even agree

    That Aodhan rhymes with crayon is a typical Labour appeaser, and holds no conviction about anything. Not even his own name.

    But at least we’re to be spared Ged. So that’s something.

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