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Enda the line: Exit plan for Kenny as FG rivals circle

Siptu boss says Alan Kelly’s personality ‘not ideal for leadership' / Kenny helped former minister clear out office

6th March, 2016
Enda's last stand?

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is set to step down early in any new term of government to make way for his successor.

There is a recognition in Fine Gael that the disappointing election result has greatly shortened his tenure.

Senior party sources said they expected Kenny to have an exit strategy of stepping down within 18 months to two years of any new government being formed.

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