Kenny: FF tied in for third budget

Former taoiseach calls for more reliable method of reporting issues to ministers; Comments at book launch were first since resignation

20th May, 2018
Enda Kenny

Former taoiseach Enda Kenny has broken his silence to declare that Fianna Fáil has “no option” but to agree to a third budget with Fine Gael in October.

In his first public speech since resigning nearly a year ago, Kenny also called for the overhaul of the methods by which serious issues are reported to ministers.

He made the comments at a book launch in Dublin last week amid the ongoing...

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