Matt Cooper: Do-little government feeling the one-year itch
Kenny’s on the brink, Noonan’s on the wane, and ministers are trying desperately not to scare any horses
It is nearly impossible to go out of politics on a high, but Enda Kenny may be about to do so, relatively speaking. If he announces his retirement on his return from Canada - instead of clinging, limpet-like, to the leadership of Fine Gael and the position of Taoiseach - he can point to a legacy from last weekend’s outcome of the EU summit on Brexit.
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