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Eagle – eyed Kenny

Published on July 6, 2012 by in Uncategorized

Our picture of the day is taken from today’s  Irish Times. Taoiseach Enda Kenny befriends a bald-headed eagle from the Irish Raptor Research Centre while at the Volvo Ocean Race  in Galway yesterday.

 
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Pic of the Day…Pretty hard to Peck a Leader

Election Day is getting extremely close now and I must say I am somewhat undecided as to who I am going to vote for.  I have opted to look at all means and sources of any additional information that may help me in my choice. Pictured in the Irish Sun today is ‘Henda’ the psychic chicken who seems to have no problem with making a decision.  The bird pecked from different baskets covered with photographs of the three main party leaders.  Henda plucked Kenny for Taoiseach and told his Fianna Fail and Labour rivals to cluck off.  Isn’t it a

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On the front page today…

Anita Guidera and Michael Brennan report in the Irish Independent this morning that Enda Kenny is furious with Lucinda Creighton after she criticised him for accepting political donations from developers tied up in NAMA. She is quoted as saying “it is not a good image for any political party to be in receipt of donations from developers tied up in NAMA.” She made the comments while in Donegal to highlight the party’s initiatives in border counties. Harry McGee reveals in the Irish Times that Labour Leader, Eamon Gilmore has ruled out any possibility of a coalition between his party and

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Kenny Scores PR Goal – Hayes the Big Loser

Well done Enda.   Cute as a fox! Split the enemy and bring most of the talent on board (except Hayes and Naughton). The high profile and talented enemies are within the walls.  Masterstroke. My FG sources are happy again and here is the read……. The winners are obviously Dr James, Michael Noonan to Finance, Deirdre Clune (Innovation) and Andrew Doyle (Agri). Shatter to Justice is a good move and keeping bright spark Varadkar on board is a real winner. Big Phil happy to stay where he was, he could have had anything he wanted after stopping the mutiny. Catherine

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Pic of the day… Crocodile Smiles

After an intense week of speculation and deliberation, yesterday was D Day for the Fine Gael party. Enda Kenny beat off steep competition from Richard Bruton and won the support of the majority to ensure that he leads Fine Gael into the next general election. Our pic of the day comes from the Irish Examiner and as quoted in the paper “This picture has offered Fianna Fáil its best election poster in years”. Rita

 
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On the front page today…

The leading story on the front of the national papers this morning is that of Enda Kenny who remains leader of the Fine Gael Party.  In the Irish Times Stephen Collins reports: “The fact that Mr Kenny managed to win the support of a majority of his parliamentary party, despite the fact that 11 members of his 19-strong front bench had come out publicly against him, was a remarkable achievement.” Fionnan Sheahan in the Irish Independent believes that Kenny will banish some of the ‘rebels’ who voted against him to the backbench. However, Enda Kenny has left the door open

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Kenny Wins Pr Battle But Will Lose War

It has been a really fascinating week in politics. You would nearly forget that we are in the midst of one of the worst rip off scandals of all time in our long history of politician rip off scandals with Ivor the Tank Engine’s makey uppy expenses. You would be forgiven for not knowing that the government has been basically damned forever in independent reports for bringing the country to the brink of ruin by mismanagement. For sheer intrigue, the story of the week has been the Fine Gael leadership heave. The Bloody Sunday Report will go down longer term

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After a 12 year long inquiry, the Saville Report into the events of Bloody Sunday was finally released yesterday. British Prime Minister, David Cameron, declared that, according to the Saville report, the killings and shootings of Bloody Sunday were “both unjustified and unjustifiable”. Róisin Ingle in the Irish Times reports that Mr Cameron’s statement, lasted 11 minutes and 17 seconds. In this statement he proclaimed that “What happened should never, ever have happened,” he said. “Some members of our armed forces acted wrongly. The government is ultimately responsible for the conduct of the armed forces. And for that, on behalf

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On the Front page today….

The tension within Fine Gael is set to reach fever pitch today when up to nine members of the party’s frontbench are expected to vent their anger at Enda Kenny’s leadership and his bitter dismissal of Richard Bruton. Both the Irish Times and Irish Independent are covering this story today. Fionnan Sheahan, Michael Brennan and Aine Kerr in the Irish Independent report that the frontbench members are expected to defy Mr Kenny’s inherent threat to drop any members who do not back him. Meanwhile, Stephen Collins in the Irish Times reports that Richard Bruton last night appealed to his colleagues

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Pic of the day…

A picture can speak a thousand works and in the case of the current Fine Gael situation, this picture in the Irish Examiner today has done just that. It documents a series of events over the past two days which ultimately lead to Enda Kenny sacking the deputy party leader and Finance Spokesperson Richard Bruton. He took this decision, after Bruton said he no longer had confidence in Kenny’s leadership. It is feared that this decision could trigger more resignations from the frontbench today. Rita

 
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