A be-stubbled Enda Kenny with Mary and Martin McAleese and staff of the Malton Hotel, Killarney, Co Kerry.
Only YOU can decide.
From Today’s Irish Daily Mail (unavailable online).
“Today, I begin a three-day trade mission in California which is all about securing jobs and investment for Ireland. From Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park on Thursday, I’ll be here for a Facebook Q&A and I want to hear your questions on trade, investment and job creation. If you’d like to participate, post your questions below and visit again on Thursday at 22:30 GMT. I look forward to it!. “Enda Kenny.
Thanks Mark Hoskins
Garda whistleblower Sgt Maurice McCabe was on duty in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, yesterday when he met Taoiseach Enda Kenny while he was in the town canvassing. In the Dail last week, the Taoiseach said:
“I’ve no problem in apologising to Sgt McCabe for the issues that he raised and for the fact that his raising these matters wasn’t dealt with more speedily in the first instance.”
Reporting on their meeting yesterday, Ronan Casey, in the Irish Daily Mail [not online], writes:
[Taoiseach Enda Kenny] did not take the opportunity to apologise to Sergeant McCabe in person – but both men smiled and shook hands at the Market Square. Mr Kenny said: ‘Hello Sergeant McCabe, how are you?’
Watch back on RTE’s Nine News here
Top pic: Mullingar
Enda Kenny joins Dublin West candidate Eamonn Coughlan (light blue shirt) and European Election candidate Brian Hayes (top right) for a little Saturday Night Eejitry in Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, Blanchardstown, Co Dublin this evening.
Previously: Eamonn’s Last Lap
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)
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— Ruthe Phoenix (@RuthePhoenix) May 14, 2014
A video clip has emerged of the Taoiseach Enda Kenny on the campaign trail in Galway.
People Before Profit Alliance’s Dette McLoughlin confronted the Taoiseach on the issue of water charges.
The Taoiseach’s response:
“You’re not from Galway at all”
Enda Kenny (right) and Eamon Gilmore launching ‘Construction 2020′, a strategy for a renewed construction sector’, today at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown, Dublin this afternoon.
It’s only a slippery caption competition when YOU say so.
(Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland)
Thanks Fergus O’Neill