Mary Regan

Mary Regan

Mutual dislike may result in another quick election

Mutual dislike may result in another quick election

Attempts to bring the two main parties together seem only to have deepened the enmity

Mary Regan: The best we can hope for is a weak government

Mary Regan: The best we can hope for is a weak government

The degree to which a minority government could actually govern would be extremely limited

Endgame now looms for coalition of the unwilling

Endgame now looms for coalition of the unwilling

A minority government to return Enda Kenny as Taoiseach is a real possibility

Mary Regan: The fall and rise of a damaged party

Mary Regan: The fall and rise of a damaged party

After more than doubling its seats, Fianna Fáil is now concentrating on maintaining momentum

Kenny spinning himself into the ground

Kenny spinning himself into the ground

People are finding it harder and harder to believe Enda Kenny

FG's whip did his leader no favours

FG's whip did his leader no favours

The opposition doesn’t need an invitation to criticise the hubris of the Kenny regime, so why did Paul Kehoe give them one with talk of a third term?