Is polaiteoir Éireannach é Éamon Mac Giollamóir (Béarla: Eamon Gilmore )(24 Aibreán 1955 a rugadh é), atá ina cheannaire ar Pháirtí an Lucht Oibre ó 2007. Is Teachta Dála é ar son Dhún Laoghaire sa Dáil ó 1989 agus sa bhliain 2011 ghlac sé ról an Tánaiste agus Aire Gnóthaí Eachtracha.
Rugadh Éamon Mac Giollamóir ar an 24 Aibreán 1955 sa Chealtrach, Contae na Gaillimhe. Fuair sé a chuid oideachais meánscoile i gColáiste Ghearrbhaile, Béal Átha na Sluaighe agus ina dhiaidh sin d'fhreastail sé ar Ollscoil na hÉireann, Gaillimh áit ar chaith sé ...
The leader of The Labour Party Eamon Gilmore will visit Galway tomorrow to support the General Election campaigns of the party’s three candidates in the county.
Councillor Derek Nolan is standing for Labour in Galway West while councillor Colm Keaveney and Lorraine Higgins are running in Galway East. Mr Gilmore is originally from east Galway and went to university in UCG.
Mr Gilmore will do a ‘walkabout’ in the city, starting at the GBC Restaurant and Coffee Shop, Williamsgate Street, at 11.45pm, before continuing on to Shop Street.
From 1.15pm to 2.15pm Mr ...
Labour leader Eamon Gilmore has criticised Fianna Fáil’s handling of broadband infrastructure during its years in government.
“If anything comes even remotely close to Fianna Fáil’s disastrous handling of the banks it is their failure on broadband,” Mr Gilmore said today.
“To have governed a country over a period when there was economic growth, to have taken over the Irish economy in 1997 from Ruairi Quinn, at a time when we were creating 1,000 jobs per week, when our public finances were back in the black, when the Irish economy was ...
LABOUR LEADER Eamon Gilmore said yesterday his party was seeking a mandate from the people to renegotiate elements of the EU-IMF deal.
He said the terms of the bailout package were “crippling the economy” and putting the entire burden of the banking debts on the Irish taxpayer.
“It is perfectly clear that the deal that was negotiated is not going to work. It is not going to allow the Irish economy to recover,” he told RTÉ’s This Week programme.
Dismissing Fianna Fáil claims that the essential parts of the deal were non-negotiable, Mr ...
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Can Gilmore turn the tide after 20 months of party slide under austerity rule? - Irish Mirror Irish MirrorCan Gilmore turn the tide after 20 months of party slide under austerity rule?Irish MirrorTwo years ago, Eamon Gilmore faced his delirious delegates at the national conference, riding high on the biggest election result his party had ever had. Fast-forward 12 months and the Labour Party meeting was stormed by protesters infuriated by the ...Gilmore: It was never an option to renege on promissory note dealthejournal.ieGilmore to announce collective bargaining moveIrish TimesGilmore gives glimmer of hope for tax cuts to help 'coping classes'Irish IndependentRTE.ie -Herald.ie -Kildare Nationalistvšech 20 zpravodajských článků »
Build on Good Friday Agreement's hope, urges Eamon Gilmore - Belfast Newsletter Belfast NewsletterBuild on Good Friday Agreement's hope, urges Eamon GilmoreBelfast NewsletterThe hope which followed the Good Friday Agreement should not be lost through one-dimensional politics, Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore said. The foreign affairs minister urged politicians to make progress in north/south relations and the Richard Haass talks on ...
Eamon Gilmore: Revenue should "reconsider deadline" of dreaded property tax - Irish Mirror Irish MirrorEamon Gilmore: Revenue should "reconsider deadline" of dreaded property taxIrish MirrorEamon Gilmore has warned Revenue chiefs to rethink controversial plans forcing homeowners to cough up next year's property tax in full this month. The tax bosses ordered nearly a million homes to pay up the hated levy by November 27 if they are paying ...Now Tanaiste calls for Revenue U-turn on home 'tax grab'Irish IndependentKenny and Gilmore at odds over handling of property tax paymentIrish Timesvšech 82 zpravodajských článků »