Keneally’s tough battle
PREMIER Kristina Keneally has refused to confirm if she will stay on as leader of the Labor Party should she lose the March 26 election. Polls predict Opposition Leader Barry O’Farrell will win the election by a landslide, but yesterday Ms Keneally indicated she would continue to fight for the values of the Labor Party. ‘‘ Whatever life might throw at me I get up and I keep going,’’ she told reporters. Asked if she would stay on as opposition leader if her party lost the election, Ms Keneally was noncommittal. ‘‘ I’m not going to sit here and speculate,’’ she said.