When I'm 64: the triumph of Enda, the accidental survivor
Our Taoiseach may be in politics for 40 years, but it's still a case of 'Enda, we hardly know you', says John Drennan
A certain significant birthday for a certain significant little fellow is coming up soon.
Next week, the eternal Dorian Gray of Fine Gael, Enda Kenny will turn 64. There's not far to go until you are an old-age pensioner now, Enda. We suspect, however, that our political Goldilocks is in no mood to be pensioned off.
Instead, we are only at the Enda the beginning - well, until a significant vacancy comes up when Michael D, like the rest of the public sector elite, rides off with the full saddlebags.