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Inherent risks in hunting for Taoiseach’s head

Ahern’s exit will not necessarily mean an automatic assent to power for his Fine Gael and Labour detractors.

19th January, 2008

Ahern’s exit will not necessarily mean an automatic assent to power for his Fine Gael and Labour detractors.

Enda Kenny’s verbal assault on Taoiseach Bertie Ahern last weekend seems to be part of a new Fine Gael strategy to raise the temperature for 2008 (and the next wave of opinion polls).

Kenny himself is being propelled forward by the ambitious (and ruthless) new and returned members of his parliamentary party.

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