Monday December 9, 2019

FG wants enforcer to stop leaks

Advice contained in report into party's disastrous election

24th July, 2016
Kate OConnell was one of four Fine Gael backbenchers to pen the report Pic: RollingNews.ie

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been told to appoint a parliamentary party manager to stop damaging leaks from weekly meetings of TDs and Senators.

The recommendation is contained in a report into Fine Gael’s disastrous general election and the party’s internal structures, which was carried out by four backbenchers and delivered to Kenny last Thursday evening.

The person would facilitate the running of the weekly meeting in Leinster House and brief the...

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