A rise without trace for our unlikely Taoiseach

On the day that yet another piece of bungling by this government was identified by the Supreme Court, Enda Kenny was being feted in Berlin.

11th November, 2012
A rise without trace for our unlikely Taoiseach
'Kenny has reflected the prevailing political consensus throughout his career'.

On the day that yet another piece of bungling by this government was identified by the Supreme Court ("acted wrongfully . . . in a manner that was not fair, equal or impartial"), Enda Kenny was being feted in Berlin as the "European of the Year" - essentially because of the docility of the Irish people in surrendering to the troika's austerity diktats.

In the same week, Kenny was conferred with some biographical gravitas, via the publication of...

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