Taoiseach Enda Kenny faces backlash from Cabinet members

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been left remoted by his senior Cupboard members in an unprecedented backlash over his determination to open up the opportunity of a future coalition with Sinn Féin.

As High quality Gael TDs tried to determine whether or not Mr Kenny had landed an old-school gaffe or really meant to alter the long-standing social gathering stance on Gerry Adams, his personal officers have been additionally scrambling to provide you with a believable clarification.

In the end, TDs have been briefed to argue that Sinn Féin’s sudden willingness to be a junior accomplice in a coalition was the results of watching High quality Gael’s hard-working minority Authorities.

Apparently, that they had a Pauline conversion and realised there is a “glass ceiling on carping from the sidelines”.

Strikingly, not a single High quality Gael consultant used the newly conceived ‘social gathering line’, as an alternative opting to vocally reject Sinn Féin’s historical past, financial insurance policies and populist politics.

“I do not suppose the 2 events are suitable companions that might work collectively in authorities, there are too many elementary variations,” management contender Simon Coveney informed the Irish Impartial.

Well being Minister Simon Harris stated: “Our events should not in any approach suitable in authorities. I am not in favour of coalition with Sinn Féin.”

Charlie Flanagan dominated the thought as being completely out of order, citing the “litany of chequebook proposals” that Sinn Féin carry into the Dáil each week. The Overseas Affairs Minister stated that he revered the work Sinn Féin did in Northern Eire and is comfortable to work with them as a co-guarantor of the Good Friday Settlement.

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