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FG fears Enda may take a leaf out of Bertie’s exit manual

As the party prepares for its annual think-in, the timing of the Taoiseach’s departure will surely be raised

11th September, 2016
Enda Kenny has said only that he will step down before the next election Picture: PA

There is one question Fine Gaelers have been asking a lot in recent months: “When’s he going?” Since the party’s disastrous 26-seat loss in last February’s general election, Enda Kenny’s future has been the subject of considerable internal debate.

No one in Fine Gael knows the answer to the question other than that it will be, as Kenny has said publicly, before the next election....

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