Why Kenny is like Mayo’s footballers

Why Kenny is like Mayo’s footballers

The first time I met Enda Kenny was in the empty ballroom of a Limerick hotel in 2002. The occasion was Michael Noonan’s first party function since he had resigned as leader of Fine Gael.

Party morale was on the floor. Fine Gael’s vote collapse was its second worst electoral result ever, with a 23-seat loss.

Back then I was a member of the Fine Gael election strategy committee for Limerick East. We were...

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