Thursday June 4, 2020

Kenny plays the quiet man in retirement

Enda Kenny made recent headlines over a Facebook claim that, as taoiseach, he agreed to lobby EU states over privacy laws. But mostly he’s keeping away from the issues of the day, meeting friends for a pint and playing golf

10th March, 2019
Enda Kenny in action at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at Ballyliffin Golf Club in Co Donegal last summer Pic: INPHO

This time two years ago, Enda Kenny’s fate as taoiseach had been sealed after he was forced to admit making up a conversation that never happened with another cabinet minister. So controversial was that tumultuous period that it will be the subject of a book coming out this summer called Enda the Road: Nine Days that Toppled a Taoiseach.

But Kenny has found himself back in the headlines in recent days amid claims...

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