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McGurk: The remarkable triumph of the man least likely

Enda Kenny has reinvented Fine Gael and replaced Fianna Fáil as the natural party of government

6th December, 2015
Enda Kenny has done a fantastic job leading Fine Gael

This is a column I never expected to write.

From the moment the man in question got his job I was convinced that not only would he be unable to do it, but that his time in it would be very short. I could see none of his talents. Like many many others, I couldn’t warm to him and I also thought that he was unsellable to a wider public. In all of these judgments...

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