News & Statements
Statement by Enda Kenny TD on the death of Brendan Henaghan
The community of Castlebar will miss Brendan Henaghan who passed away this week.
Tribute by former Taoiseach and Leader of Fine Gael, Enda Kenny, on the death of Liam Cosgrave
Liam Cosgrave’s most striking quality was his unshakeable conviction, whether to his deep Catholic faith, or to preserving the democratic integrity and security of the State.
Speech by Enda Kenny TD re Nomination of Taoiseach
Chuir mééseo in iúl den Uachtarán mar atáleagtha amach i mBunreacht na hÉireann.
Resignation speech by Taoiseach Enda Kenny
Statement by Enda Kenny TD, Taoiseach and Leader of Fine Gael
Last year I indicated that I would not lead the FG Party into the next General Election. I have decided to implement that decision today. Therefore I will retire as Leader of Fine Gael effective from midnight tonight 17th May 2017.
Statement by the Taoiseach During exchange of views with Michel Barnier, Chief EU Brexit Negotiator
I am pleased to address the House today in the presence of Michel Barnier. I thank him for his statement in which he outlined the complexities of the Brexit negotiations, and for his acknowledgement of their importance for Europe and of course for Ireland.
Speech by the Taoiseach, Mr Enda Kenny TD, at Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal International Leaders Luncheon
We meet at the time of year that in Ireland is called Bealtaine, the Celtic season of the white fires, when we look ahead to the new life, new growth, new promise of the Summer.
Comments by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, T.D., following European Council
I am glad that they recognise that we should move on to talk about the framework of the future relationship between the EU and the UK as soon as sufficient progress has been made on the withdrawal issues.
Speech of An Taoiseach at the EPP Congress in Malta
When the drafters of the European treaties put them together they never contemplated that anybody would actually leave. Yet that is precisely what the United Kingdom has decided democratically to do. And we must therefore deal with the consequences of that decision.
Remarks by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, White House Reception, 16th March 2017
It is a great honour to be back here again in the most famous House in the world to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, the most special of days for Irish men and women and those of Irish descent everywhere.