humidity: 86%
wind: 4m/s W
Weather from OpenWeatherMap
[pro_ad_display_adzone id=65248]
[pro_ad_display_adzone id=73202 background=1 container=body]

People took issue with the appearance of Leo Varadkar at the Ireland vs Argentina match

IRELAND is on the verge of the Dáil collapsing due to the scandal involving the Tánaiste, Frances Fitzgerald.

The Tánaiste has come under fire this week over an email from May 2015, which purports that she knew about, and did nothing to stop attempts by a former chief of Garda to discredit whistleblower Maurice McCabe.

More News:

Despite many calling for the resignation of Fitzgerald, Varadkar has declared his support for his right in command, as all fingers point to the eventuality that the country could well be on its way to an early election.

Varadkar ruled out a resignation by Ms Fitzgerald on Friday after meeting Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin in Dublin. Fianna Fáil has reportedly submitted a no-confidence measure in the Tánaiste.

The Taoiseach said a December election would be a likely outcome should Fianna Fáil pass their no-confidence vote next week. He said: “I think if we don’t resolve matters by Tuesday, then there will be a motion of no confidence in the Tanaiste… And, if the opposition come together to remove the Tanaiste, then we will be into an election at that point.”

Against the background of political turmoil, the Taoiseach still made time for attending the international rugby match in the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

The Irish team did win, with an end result of 28-19, however that didn’t quite distract viewers enough to keep eyes off Varadkar.

[pro_ad_display_adzone id=65251]

Rebecca Keane

Rebecca Keane is a digital journalist for The Irish Post. You can find her on Twitter here; @rbcakn

One comment on “People took issue with the appearance of Leo Varadkar at the Ireland vs Argentina match”

  1. Michael Meehan

    He must be congratulated . Despite all the difficulties of the last few days he ,attended and represented ,as is usual for the leader of our country ,a major sporting event ,which ,is of considerable importence to the nation he represent. Well done Taoiseach.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About us

The Irish Post is the biggest selling national newspaper to the Irish in Britain. delivers all the latest Irish news to our online audience around the globe.

Contact Editorial

Tel: +44 (0)20 8900 4193


Tel: +44 (0)20 8900 4159


Irish Post