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.
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.”
Previously: High Again
Delighted to see @AodhanORiordain announce his candidacy for @labour leadership. Nominated by @geraldnash & @ivanabacik & backed by a large cohort of activists within the party, I’m looking forward to supporting his bid 🌹🌹 #Labour #AodhanForLeader #LabourLeadership #GE2020 pic.twitter.com/IMyMg4sNwG
— Anna Heverin (@annaheverin) February 18, 2020
Labour TD Aodhán Ó Ríordáin says he will contest the Labour Party leadership and will be nominated by Ged Nash and Ivana Bacik
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) February 18, 2020
.@Labour is at a crossroads – we need a progressive, campaigning, energetic leader who has learned from the past & will build for the future with others who share our values – I am proud to support @AodhanORiordain for leader – for the future of @Labour & the future of Ireland.
— Jane Horgan-Jones (@horganjonesjane) February 18, 2020