Lame Enda upstaged by Richard the Faint-hearted
Voters don't want Kenny as Taoiseach, they want his party's economics expert, says Jody Corcoran
Published 14/02/2010 | 05:00
Even among his own, support for Enda Kenny as leader of Fine Gael is not particularly strong. Just over half (53 per cent) of Fine Gael voters think he will be leader of the party come the next election, whenever that may be.
If elements within the Greens have their way the election will come sooner rather than later, such is the hara-kiri streak running through that particular party.
Apparently there is no truth to the rumour that the Greens are to convene a special convention to seek a two-thirds majority to send a delegation to give former Senator Deirdre de Burca a group hug.