Lifting the masks off the man who will be taoiseach – and the man who won’t

The men who would be taoiseach: but what is driving these political rivals, and what kind of a leader would each man make?

21st May, 2017

One got into politics out of a sense of duty, the other for a sense of purpose. One wanted to keep the current government together, the other believed it was worth risking to strengthen The campaign was over before it began, with little scrutiny of what Simon Coveney and Leo Varadkar actually stood for or what direction they wished to take the country. Here we lift the masks off the man who will be Taoiseach,...

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