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Chief whip believes cabinet post on cards

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
14th January, 2015
Paul Kehoe, government chief whip. Picture: Feargal Ward

Government chief whip Paul Kehoe has said he is hoping to be made a full cabinet minister after the next election.

The Wexford TD acknowledged that he had been disappointed not to be promoted during last year’s cabinet reshuffle.

“I had a long conversation of about 30 minutes with the Taoiseach and he explained why he wasn’t promoting me. If you’re doing an okay job as chief whip, you won’t be moved,” he...

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