Cloyne's revelations are heart-breaking.

Enda Kenny

Enda Kenny

Profession: Politician
Nationality: Irish

Some suggestions for you :

Respectability in this country was a bad word because people did things who were in respected professions that let down the entire nation, and we're washing away their sins yet.

If you were to do it again, you'd probably do some things differently. But the decision is right to have a single entity manage the water and the waste water for a country.

I am a big believer in Springsteen, I like his social comment; I like the commitment he puts into his work.

I now know what to do; I know how decisions can be made. I know how you can drive ministers and their departments to actually make decisions and bring results.

We have a very long legal system with the European Union, and we're English speaking.

Conservation is important... water comes at a cost.

It is the young people in whom I place my confidence because of their competence, because of their enthusiasm, because of their capacity to meet the frontiers that are changing every week.

People understand that you have to do difficult things to sort out our own public finances.

Foreign investors like decisiveness; they like clarity. There isn't any confusion about Ireland's corporate tax rate: it is 12.5%. End of story.

We need to work together towards a mutually beneficial solution for Ireland, the U.K., and for Europe.

Failure to curb temperature increases will impact all countries, Ireland included, but with the most immediate and drastic effects being felt, in many instances, by the most vulnerable countries and communities.

Under no circumstances will I allow the Fianna Fail party back into government. They wrecked the economy twice.

We have so much discrimination in this world - colour, race, creed, all of these things - and there is an issue here that the right of marriage in the civil law is not extended to same-sex couples.

The Constitution says that the right to life of the unborn is protected and given equal rights as the life of the mother.