Saturday June 6, 2020

British problem, Irish solution

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and his government must forge new alliances in Europe to protect this country from the aftermath of Brexit

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

3rd July, 2016
Enda Kenny arrives for a European summit in Brussels last year

His friends say that he is the man to secure a deal for Ireland on Brexit. His enemies, however, say he could not persuade the EU to break the link between the state and its odious bank debt before – and will fare no better now.

So how will Taoiseach Enda Kenny manage in such an immensely complicated situation as Brexit?

He got on well with British prime minister David Cameron, but will now have...

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