Wednesday May 27, 2020

Kenny keeps election options open

The Taoiseach is trying to open up an option to hold an early election – just in case

28th June, 2015

Well, we know when the next general election is going to be, anyway. It’s going to be next year. And how do we know that? Because the Taoiseach has told us. In fact, he has told us repeatedly. He told us again last week.

Opening a new constituency office last Monday for his erstwhile Mayo colleague John O’Mahony - now moving to neighbouring Galway East - the Taoiseach was asked by reporters about...

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