Fine Gael’s war of words
Kenny under pressure to name a departure date before or during party meeting on Wednesday
The race to succeed Enda Kenny as Taoiseach and Fine Gael leader has grown increasingly bitter this weekend.
His most likely successors, ministers Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney, are at odds over how long the Taoiseach should be given to outline a timeline for his departure with each side levelling accusations at the other.
Varadkar yesterday delivered a clear message to Kenny to outline a departure timetable and is now making it clear privately that...
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