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Enda avoids more McNulty embarrassment - but now has a BIG problem in the Seanad
Analysis: The Seanad will continue to cause the Taoiseach and the coalition a headache in the coming months.
John McNulty goes back to running his shop as Enda says he didn't vote for him
The reluctant candidate could yet win the Seanad by-election on Friday.
Here's why Enda Kenny now has a BIG problem in the Seanad
Analysis: The coalition does not have a majority in the upper house and won’t now that John McNulty has withdrawn from the by-election race.
8 things you need to know about Fine Gael's Seanad shambles... and why it matters
A little-known losing local election candidate is at the centre of a controversy that is causing huge problems for Fine Gael.
John McNulty quits controversial state board job... but will continue his Seanad bid
The controversy surrounding Fine Gael’s nominee for the upper house is rumbling on today.
Lots of Fine Gael and Labour people are angry about this man’s appointment to a state board
Seanad hopeful John McNulty addressed members of the Fine Gael parliamentary party in Leinster House this evening.
Stroke politics? The controversy over Fine Gael's Seanad hopeful isn't going away
John McNulty was appointed to a state board days before Fine Gael nominated him for the Seanad.
Here's how Fine Gael landed itself in an unnecessary Seanad shambles
Analysis: What should have been a routine filling of a Seanad vacancy has turned into a a bit of a mess for the government party.
Arts Minister defends decision to give Fine Gael's Seanad nominee a state board job
John McNulty was appointed to the board of the Irish Museum of Modern Art days before he was nominated for the vacant Seanad seat.
Banking inquiry 'rocked' after lengthy row over senator's 'conflict of interest'
Angry scenes in the upper house after a claim that a senator has a conflict of interest, preventing him from serving on the banking inquiry, is later withdrawn.