No more 'unintended consequences' as Enda faces hard road ahead
Published 18/06/2014 | 02:30
The Taoiseach is reputed to be in bad form. Enda Kenny has had a run of misfortunes over the past seven months and there's no sign he's going to catch a break anytime soon.
Launching a comeback from the local elections, the Cabinet reshuffle and building a relationship with the new Labour Party leadership regime lies ahead.
The looming decisions are weighing very heavily on him and are beginning to show. It's not as if the Taoiseach can turn to his deputy leader in Fine Gael for some support.