Wednesday August 12, 2020

FG's whip did his leader no favours

The opposition doesn’t need an invitation to criticise the hubris of the Kenny regime, so why did Paul Kehoe give them one with talk of a third term?

9th August, 2015
Mary Regan.

Whatever the issue being whispered in the corners of Leinster House, or the all-knowing predictions being offered up, even the wisest of Fine Gael lifers would usually conclude with the disclaimer: no one knows what Kenny is thinking.

It’s not so much that the Taoiseach is evasive; more that he seems to enjoy taking people by surprise, particularly those who doubt him. Enda Kenny delights in proving his detractors wrong – as he has done...

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