Gilmore 'has no intention of resigning as Labour Party leader'
The leader of the Labour Party Eamon Gilmore says he is not going to get drawn into a "family row" ahead of next month's elections.
Eamon Gilmore has been responding to a call from MEP Phil Prendergast for a change of leadership for the party.
She has described Mr Gilmore's leadership as being in a state of "chronic inability" and is calling for Minister Joan Burton to replace him.
The Tánaiste says he has a job to do and he has no intention of stepping down as leader.
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