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# Labour

Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn expelled from party after he announces bid to run as Independent
This month
May 2024
PBP seeks vote-left transfer-left pact for local elections but excludes Labour and the Greens
Last month
April 2024
Labour's ex-small business rep resigns from party after WRC rules she underpaid employee
Simon Harris expected to press pause on expanding sick leave as part of business support plan
This year
2024
Wales set to appoint its first black leader, and first black leader of any European country
Increasing housing targets to 50,000 per year not achievable this year or next, says Taoiseach
Leo Varadkar said a 50,000 housing target would be achievable in the longer term.
George Galloway declares himself 'MP for Gaza' after chaotic British by-election campaign
Tusla has cut ties with two for-profit agencies housing vulnerable children following audit
Varadkar says he is abused on the street about Gaza, as Tánaiste says sanctions not ruled out
Varadkar said Israel has become “blinded by rage” and is not even listening to the advice of its close ally the United States anymore.
Taoiseach says he has been "shouted at and abused" by the public over the government's response to Gaza
Tánaiste says Ireland could impose travel ban on West Bank settlers even if EU does not make collective decision
UNRWA chief will meet with Micheál Martin in Dublin this week
Labour select Ó Ríordáin as Dublin candidate for European Parliament Elections
Government delay bill that would provide leave to women who experience a miscarriage
Sunak cools spring election talk, says he's 'working towards' UK vote in late 2024
Last year
2023
Labour investigating local election candidate's comments about migration
€28 million spent on renting school prefabs last year, with similar figure to be spent this year
Brendan Howlin: The rise of the far-right across Europe risks destroying the European Project
Labour criticise Government and Commissioner for ‘completely inaccurate’ garda recruit figures
Tánaiste says McEntee will have full backing of all Fianna Fáil TDs if no confidence vote called
'Lines were crossed': Sinn Féin maintains pressure on McEntee, as Green TD indicates no confidence
Latest opinion poll reveals a drop in support for Sinn Féin
Keir Starmer loses eight frontbench MPs in rebellion over stance on Gaza ceasefire
Keir Starmer rejects internal pressure to call for Gaza ceasefire as car is mobbed by protesters
UK Labour leader Keir Starmer meets Muslim MPs amid anger over his position on Gaza
Labour proposes new law to compel supermarkets to publish Irish profits
Israeli ambassador's comments about President Michael D Higgins 'unhelpful', says Coveney
DUP talking to UK's Labour Party but pressing for Stormont return deal with Conservatives
Keir Starmer’s Labour conference speech disrupted by glitter protester
Former Labour leader Brendan Howlin says he will not run in next general election
Keir Starmer says he will renegotiate Brexit deal if elected
Sean Sherlock says he will run in Cork North-Central or not run at all in next election
Government urged to extend school books grant to secondary schools
Government ‘exploring’ planning exemption for outdoor bike sheds in homes
Government accused of 'shocking indifference' after deciding against another eviction ban
Holly Cairns: 'Our healthcare shouldn't be informed by Leo saying he feels uncomfortable'
Tories braced for tough night as polls close in England’s local elections
UK Labour's Diane Abbot loses party whip after suggesting Jewish, Irish and Traveller people do not face racism
Taoiseach accused of being 'smug' as Labour and FG trade blows on housing record
Labour call for investigation into 'price gouging' by supermarket chains
Housing crisis: Protest to take place at Leinster House today as eviction ban ends
'Enormous burden': Labour call for removal of wait period for abortion care
Government wins confidence motion in the Dáil by 86 votes to 67