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Leo is box office, and he knows it

Enda Kenny is likely to take the flak for his squabble with the health minister, writes Pat Rabbitte.

21st September, 2014
Pat Rabbitte.

When the sketch writers are outflanked for colour and mischief-making by mainstream reporters, it is time for normal politics to crank up again. The jamboree kicked off by the supposed row between the Taoiseach and his new health minister dominated the news for almost a week. The finance minister’s critical tour of EU institutions, the Scottish referendum, the crisis in Iraq and Syria, the death of Ian Paisley – all relegated to subordinate prominence. Pages...

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