Populist promises to reverse every tough decision are nothing but empty rhetoric, irresponsible leadership, and bad politics. They are not the solution to Ireland's problems.

Enda Kenny

Enda Kenny

Profession: Politician
Nationality: Irish

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Down the country, people in rural areas are struggling to get a speed of even 1 MB, not much better than the old dial-up system we used to have when the system was in relative infancy.

The Seanad question was one element of a process of change and reform to politics that government has been pursuing.

We have spent our time in government fixing the economy.

It is about time county councils got back into the business of providing houses.

You have a responsibility as a locally elected deputy, but you also have a responsibility as the head of government.

The revelations of the Cloyne report have brought the government, Irish Catholics, and the Vatican to an unprecedented juncture.

Our priority will be to look after the interests of our own country and its citizens.

The re-establishment of a hard border on the island of Ireland would be a step backwards and present an opportunity for others, with malign agendas, to exploit for destructive purposes.

The E.U. needs renewal, and we need a strong U.K. at the table to help to drive the reform agenda that can help the union regain competitiveness and growth.

My job is to rectify the public finances and hand the country back to the people so they can really have a future, and that is what I will do.

Our revenue commissions are very happy and very clear that they showed no sweetheart deals and no preference for any company and never do and never have and never will.

For me, it is all about people having jobs, and that is why I make no apology for having focused relentlessly on employment and job creation.

Sometimes in politics, you get a wallop in the electoral process.

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