IT appears that Enda Kenny is at odds again with Lucinda Creighton. Ms Creighton has stated that Fine Gael in government "will take on the big vested interests that have contributed to the current crisis -- the bankers, the bondholders, the developers and the unions".
Mr Kenny has admitted while "some elements" of the Fine Gael party might not have a great connection with trade unions, he has "built a very good working relationship with David Begg".
Surely this points to a discord within the Fine Gael party, and that the recent rift over the party leadership may not have been properly resolved.
A single-party Fine Gael government may not provide the stability a single-party government might suggest.