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Mary Regan: 'Handling of garda controversies will be a lasting legacy for Kenny'

While the coalition has been pulled back from the brink, events of recent days have left bad blood within cabinet

14th February, 2017
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Colm Reddy makes his point outside Government Buildings Pic: RollingNews.ie

But what has come to pass has been far worse than anyone could have predicted. The worst fears of backbench TDs some weeks back were surpassed as the latest developments came close to collapsing the minority government and left the authority of an already weakened Taoiseach seriously undermined.

While the coalition seems to have been pulled back from the brink, for now, events of recent days have left acrimony within cabinet and bad blood between...

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