# enda-kenny - Yesterday’s News
# enda-kenny - Monday 27 June, 2016
Sinn Féin have called for a border poll in light of the Brexit vote, but there’s not much of an appetite for one among other politicians.
The Dáil has been recalled to discuss the Brexit fallout.
# enda-kenny - Sunday 26 June, 2016
While he was here, he was made an honorary free man of Louth and got a doctorate from Trinity.
# enda-kenny - Friday 24 June, 2016
Gerry Adams says there is a “constitutional imperative on the Taoiseach to promote Irish unity.” TheJournal.ie’s FactCheck applies some scrutiny.
The contingency framework will monitor issues as negotiations about Britain’s EU membership continue.
# enda-kenny - Tuesday 21 June, 2016
# enda-kenny - Friday 17 June, 2016
Over €200k was spent on newspapers in 11 departments last year.
# enda-kenny - Thursday 16 June, 2016
A vote on a Brexit is just a week away.
# enda-kenny - Tuesday 14 June, 2016
The Taoiseach’s treatment of his once-close colleague James Reilly is telling – and could signal the beginning of the end, writes Vincent Browne for TheJournal.ie.
The Taoiseach was due to meet the UK Prime Minister this Friday.
The Taoiseach confirmed the Irish flag will be flown at half mast at Government Buildings and Leinster House as a mark of respect.
# enda-kenny - Monday 13 June, 2016
The turmoil ahead of the vote has seen the pound drop off against the euro.
The vast majority of those who replied are in favour.
# enda-kenny - Sunday 12 June, 2016
The former Tánaiste talks abortion, rent supplement and why women have to be tough to be in Irish politics.
# enda-kenny - Saturday 11 June, 2016
55% of British people are in favour of leaving the EU.
Two separate schemes are being rolled out.
# enda-kenny - Sunday 5 June, 2016
TheJournal.ie’s FactCheck looks into the Taoiseach’s controversial claim on a controversial issue, last week.
# enda-kenny - Friday 3 June, 2016
Michael Noonan has “nothing to say” about Trump’s visit.
Which might be awkward after Enda Kenny’s recent comments.
# enda-kenny - Thursday 2 June, 2016
No move – despite the self-imposed August deadline of the government.
# enda-kenny - Tuesday 31 May, 2016
But “the world will have to deal with their decision” if he is elected, the Taoiseach said.
# enda-kenny - Monday 30 May, 2016
Britain will go to the polls to vote on a Brexit on 23 June.
# enda-kenny - Saturday 28 May, 2016
In a 2013 statement calling for the Seanad to be abolished, Reilly labelled it “very undemocratic” and said it had “no power.”
# enda-kenny - Friday 27 May, 2016
The Taoiseach picked some Fine Gael TDs who lost their seats in February’s general election.
The Taoiseach’s nominees to the upper house will be announced today.
# enda-kenny - Monday 23 May, 2016
# enda-kenny - Wednesday 18 May, 2016
Here he will trace his ancestral roots.
# enda-kenny - Tuesday 17 May, 2016
Delays and uncertainty in the formation of a new government meant the tickets were booked just four days in advance – costing €9,257 for Enda Kenny alone.
# enda-kenny - Friday 13 May, 2016
The creator is hoping to trade the piece rather than sell it so get your offers ready…
He said it was “reasonable” to ask the Taoiseach and his former colleagues to correct the Dáil record.
# enda-kenny - Wednesday 11 May, 2016
He said today that he wants the Dáil record to be cleared as the Guerin report had been accepted in full.
A new Claire Byrne Live / Amárach poll for TheJournal.ie shows that the public is quite sceptical regarding the new cabinet.
# enda-kenny - Monday 9 May, 2016
There isn’t going to be much time for resting on laurels in Leinster House anytime soon.
# enda-kenny - Saturday 7 May, 2016
The former Tánaiste says yesterday’s vote for Taoiseach was “like a bad play”.
There was a tense atmosphere in the halls of Leinster House yesterday as Enda Kenny wondered if he could get over the line.
# enda-kenny - Friday 6 May, 2016
Enda Kenny elected Taoiseach, Dave Mahon found guilty of manslaughter and elections in the UK…
Enda Kenny revealed his Cabinet this afternoon.
It was down to the wire today as negotiations with the independents went past the deadline.
Clare Daly tells the Dáil what is really going on in the lives of those in the real world.