Kelleher’s au revoir would spell trouble for Fianna Fáil

Last Wednesday, Fianna Fáil’s Billy Kelleher entered the members’ bar in Dáil Éireann and ordered a coffee.

Surrounded and teased by some of his party colleagues about a radio interview he gave that morning, in which he expressed an interest in becoming an MEP, Kelleher took it all in good spirits.

His cappuccino arrived just as his party leader, Micheál Martin came in.

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