Lise Hand: Sun has set on honeymoon period as more tribunal storm clouds roll in
ENDA'S face had the pallor of a man who had just seen a ghost. And in a way, he had. For just when it was least expected, the restless shade of Charles J Haughey drifted back into the political arena and cast its long, cold shadow over yet another Taoiseach.
Yesterday should've been a handy sort of day in the Dail for Enda. The sun was shining and the honeymoon was still in full swing as the new Taoiseach sauntered into his Cabinet meeting with Obama's RSVP clutched in his hot little hand.
And then shortly after 11am, the sky fell in on Enda's head.