ENDA KENNY IS expected to set out his timeline for a transition of power within Fine Gael this Wednesday when he meets party colleagues, after growing pressure on his position and days of speculation.
We don’t know yet whether it will be a long or short goodbye – but either way, it’s clear the Mayo TD’s time as Taoiseach is coming to an end.
The idea that he could take over a newly-created brief as Brexit minister gained traction on Marian Finucane’s RTÉ show yesterday morning – and in a poll for the Sunday Business Post last month nearly three-quarters of respondents said they’d like to see a new dedicated ministerial role to deal with the Brexit fallout.
We’re asking: Would you like to see Enda Kenny become Ireland’s Brexit minister?
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