The Labour JobBridgers are quick off the mark it seems.
Within half an hour of Labour Chairperson Colm Keaveney voting against his party’s Budget, his signature page has been pulled from the site and all mention of him in Parliamentary Party webpages have also been removed.
Good work guys. Transparency in politics.
Update: The page has reappeared although there is no reference to Keaveney as Chairperson
Labour ‘leftists’ like Nulty are wasting their time trying to convert the leadership who are more concrened for Fine Gael, they should either leave or join real left-wingers, bacause trying to sit on both sides of the fence in this day & age will not please everyone
we’ll try that again!
Labour Chairman votes against the budget, Labour remove him from website! http://www.rabble.ie/2012/12/13/keaveney404/ now it’s working
A rich heritage http://bit.ly/UDM4aD
Looks like the ex-‘Workers Party’ dissidents of ‘Democratic Left’ are up to their stalinist-tactics of removing peiople from history
seems to be still there for me…
Ah Stalin just pushed your man in the river
@PatrickNulty RT @wearerabble: Labour Chairman votes against the budget, Labour remove him from website! http://t.co/10HgumM5
they took it down – guess it was to edit the info? there’s no reference to him being chairman
It looks like he’s stepped out from the whip, which means along with the like of Nulty and Shorthall, Labour has lost 1/8th of it’s parliamentary party members since election
Keaveney just tweeted ‘Acta non verba’ (deeds not words). hmm