Enda Kenny Resigns As Taoiseach

Enda Kenny Resigns As Taoiseach
Andrew Lowth
Andrew Lowth

13 Jun 2017

Enda Kenny has announced his resignation as Taoiseach.

He will go to the Aras this afternoon to hand in his notice to President Higgins.

He'll stay on in a caretaker role until tomorrow, where it's expected Leo Varadkar will be voted in to take his place.

He gave a farewell speech in the Dail today, and was wished well in his endevours by opposition leaders Micheal Martin, Gerry Adams and Brendan Howlin among others.