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Pat Rabbitte: Enda Kenny can hardly refuse Fianna Fáil – whatever the cost may be

The grand coalition is certain, if not immediate

28th February, 2016
Enda Kenny may well be talking to Micheál Martin in coming days

A recent cabinet reshuffle by French president François Hollande saw the culture minister Fleur Pellerin get the chop. The move was not unexpected. According to the Financial Times, Pellerin’s fate was sealed as long as two years ago when she failed to name a single book by the Nobel Prize winner Patrick Modiano. Worse, she added that she hadn’t much time to read books. Her comments, the Financial Times said, “triggered outrage in well-read Parisian...

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