Fianna Fáil spokesman on Finance Michael McGrath said his party “voted against the Government amendment because it was self-serving and self-congratulatory.” Photograph: Alan Betson.

Finance spokesman Michael McGrath says Tánaiste misrepresented his party’s position

 John Martin, of the New Land League, speaking to members of the media at the entrance to Gorse Hill, the home of Brian O’Donnell, at  Vico Road, Killiney. Photograph: Eric Luke

Group sees itself as modern version of Michael Davitt’s Land League

Cameras are brandished by both sides as water charge protesters gather outside the Labour Party conference in Killarney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

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Fianna Fáil justice spokesman says  participants in the illegal immigrant scheme could accrue credits in a number of categories. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Justice spokesman Niall Collins says illegal immigrants can earn right to have status regularised

The draft wording sets out a list of guarantees that IAG, headed by Willie Walsh (pictured), must fulfil before any offer can be considered by the Government. Photograph: Alan Betson

Motion comes amid a change of attitude within Government to the offer from IAG

Dublin MEP has praised Charlie McCreevy for having the foresight to set up fund

Fianna Fáil has selected Cllr Jack Chambers to contest the general election in Dublin West. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

Rival David McGuinness alleges ‘class divide’ in party and says he may leave as a result

Jean-Claude Juncker: “For too long, energy has been exempt from the fundamental freedoms of our union.”

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Fianna Fáil councillor Jack Chambers has argued that the application by nine delegates to move back into Dublin West comes “at the eleventh hour” and goes against the party’s principles of one-member one-vote. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photograpy

Complaint lodged to party headquarters ahead of close battle between councillors Jack Chambers and David McGuinness

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