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Taoiseach aims for second term after inheriting "unholy mess"

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said his aim is to win a second term after clearing up an "unholy mess" in the economy he inherited from the previous government.

24th January, 2014
Taoiseach Enda Kenny who plans to seek a second term

Taoiseach Enda Kenny said his aim is to win a second term after clearing up an "unholy mess" in the economy he inherited from the previous government.

Kenny has been viewed as a candidate to succeed European Commission president Jose Barroso or EU president Herman Van Rompuy whose terms end later this year.

Ireland's debt is "still very high, therefore it makes us fragile", Kenny said in an interview with Bloomberg TV at the World...

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