Thursday 19 January 2017

While the party talks of his departure, Kenny thinks of next move

Published 13/09/2016 | 02:30

'To the dismay of some and the comfort of others in the Fine Gael family, Taoiseach Enda Kenny is signalling that he is settling in for a longer stay.' Picture credit; Damien Eagers
'To the dismay of some and the comfort of others in the Fine Gael family, Taoiseach Enda Kenny is signalling that he is settling in for a longer stay.' Picture credit; Damien Eagers

Was that hefty banging emanating from the conference room of the Keadeen Hotel really the sound of Enda Kenny nailing himself into the leader's chair?

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It just might have been. To the dismay of some and the comfort of others in the Fine Gael family, Taoiseach Enda Kenny is signalling that he is settling in for a longer stay.

As the Fine Gael crew gathered in Newbridge yesterday there was a deal of talk about the maverick doings of Independent junior minister John Halligan. By now, many on the Fine Gael backbenches have a soft spot for the Waterford battler... right in the heart of the Bog of Allen, which is just a brisk walk from this conference centre.

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