Labour's vigorous hand-wringing may not wash well with the voters
IT WAS a raw January day in Malahide with an easterly off the Irish Sea which would pierce the marrow of any Christian. John Gormley sighed wearily and gave a rare public venting of his coalition government frustrations to a roomful of political journalists.
The Fianna Fail-Green Party coalition was in its dying days on January 11, 2011.
The Green Party leader and Environment Minister reflected that, the last time he had held a major party press conference, proceedings were dominated by a controversy jauntily called 'garglegate'.