Now Kenny should get tough with FF

The convulsion which seized Fine Gael in the past ten days need not damage the party’s prospects permanently, but Enda Kenny needs to act on its lessons.

19th June, 2010

The convulsion which seized Fine Gael in the past ten days need not damage the party’s prospects permanently, but Enda Kenny needs to act on its lessons.

The first lesson for everyone is that Kenny is tougher and more resilient than his opponents - and many onlookers - suspected.

He fought tenaciously and smartly for the leadership, spotting the flaw in his opponent’s strategy and exploiting it ruthlessly.

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