Rebels turn up heat on Kenny over ‘breach of trust’ on departure timeline

Taoiseach cast fresh doubt on his future when he indicated he would deal with political logjam

19th March, 2017
Enda Kenny during his visit to Philadelphia as part of his Saint Patrick's day tour of the USA last week Pic:

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is coming under mounting pressure not to use his successful St Patrick’s Day visit to the US to delay his departure from office, with Kenny now indicating that he may delay stepping down to deal with political “priorities”.

Kenny’s comments are being viewed in Fine Gael as a “breach of trust”, given that he previously told the parliamentary party he would deal with his future “effectively and conclusively”...

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