Saturday February 29, 2020

Pat Leahy: When we do it, it’s called getting the right person for the job.

When you do it, it’s cronyism

24th January, 2016
Davos heard first hand from Kenny Pic: Getty

When they face the electorate in a few weeks’ time, Fine Gael and Labour can credibly say that they present the country in a considerably better state than when they acquired responsibility for its leadership five years ago.

Enda Kenny was keen to let the global elite in Davos hear all about it last week. Though presumably his aides were at his shoulder to remind him that the real audience was at home, and...

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