Sunday 11 December 2016

Endless Enda is keen to stay for longer - but will it be his choice?

Published 17/05/2016 | 02:30

Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Castlebar yesterday for the laying of the foundation stone of the new swimming pool complex and outdoor education centre at Lough Lannagh. Photo: Michael Donnelly
Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Castlebar yesterday for the laying of the foundation stone of the new swimming pool complex and outdoor education centre at Lough Lannagh. Photo: Michael Donnelly

Endless Enda is back and normal service has been resumed. Yesterday, it was a sod-turning ceremony for a new swimming pool on one of his 'Mayo Mondays' and today he is off to Washington to plant a tree.

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The Taoiseach will be missing the first real Dáil sitting since the General Election on February 26 and he may well be absent when his new Government loses a vote to the Opposition tomorrow night.

But there will be plenty more occasions for fighting with Micheál Martin and the left-wing of Irish politics who now occupy the 'know it all' benches in Leinster House, because it appears that Enda Kenny is here to stay.

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