Thursday February 20, 2020

Latest gaffe exposes Enda Kenny’s vulnerable flank

A tumultuous week has seen Fine Gael TDs sharpening their knives

10th July, 2016
Is Enda being pushed over the edge by his fellow Fine Gael members? Pic: RollingNews.ie

‘For heaven’s sake, man, just go!” was the exasperated plea from the outgoing British prime minister, David Cameron, to his opposite number, Jeremy Corbyn, across the floor of parliament as our nearest neighbours reached peak resignation.

It was the same message, just more subtlely delivered, that Fine Gael TDs had for Enda Kenny in the past week as they started the process of nudging him gently towards the exit to allow...

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