Monday February 17, 2020

Kenny must provide political certainty

10th July, 2016

If there was some consolation from the Brexit turmoil, it was that at least there was relative political stability here.

Across the water, the markets were in turmoil as they tried to figure out what Theresa May or Andrea Leadsom might do if they became the next British prime minister. And there was the unprecedented situation of an uprising against Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

But now the threat of similar political turmoil is rising here....

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