We won’t leave EU, but it could leave us

It doesn’t make any sense to jettison Enda Kenny when his long EU experience makes him invaluable for Brexit talks

19th February, 2017

Who would be a Taoiseach? On Wednesday afternoon Enda Kenny escaped from the Dáil. The leadership of his party was slipping away from him.

He quietly made his way by the back door – to avoid the media – into the Mansion House. And as if his day was not already overwhelmed by crisis, he had come to the Round Room in the Mansion House to make his major Brexit speech. He was...

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