Gilmore to decide today on no-confidence motion

Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore has said his party will decide today whether or not to go ahead with a motion of no confidence in the Government.

Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore has said his party will decide today whether or not to go ahead with a motion of no confidence in the Government.

The party tabled the motion for private members time in the Dáil next week before the General Election date had been set for March 11.

Speaking to Clare FM, Deputy Gilmore said that while an election was now imminent, "the reality is we don't have confidence in this Government".

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