Thursday October 1, 2020

The trouble with Kenny

Maybe now is the time for Enda Kenny to take up a job in Europe before he walks himself and his party into more trouble at home, writes Tom McGurk.

22nd June, 2014

All this week in Britain there has been growing concern in the Labour Party about the public perception of its leader Ed Miliband. The opinion polls make for very worrying reading. Labour’s overall poll ratings are the lowest since the last election and Miliband’s satisfaction figures are terrible. There’s no easy way to spell this one out, but the great British public are deeply uneasy, if not freaked out, by the image of the Labour...

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