The former Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform says he still hasn’t decided whether or not he’ll be putting himself forward as the next leader of the Labour Party.
Brendan Howlin says he is still in the process of considering what role he’ll play in rebuilding the organisation.
Nominations for Joan Burton’s successor opened yesterday – and will close at noon on Friday.
So far – Alan Kelly is the only one who’s thrown his hat in the ring.
But Brendan Howlin says he will take on a role that is in line with the wishes of Labour’s Parliamentary Party: