Mary Regan: Enda Kenny may have strengthened his position in Fine Gael
Out in the nick of time - but when? His moves ensure a more dignified departure - yet again he has done it his way
For a man whose signature political characteristic has been longevity, the toppling of Enda Kenny was never going to be swift. Yet he seemed to take everyone by surprise when, in an eight-minute statement on Wednesday night he told his parliamentary party that, following his St Patrick’s Day trip to Washington, he would indicate when he intends to depart office.
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