Votes counted in Ireland
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Enda Kenny makes bail-out vow as Irish vote for change

Ireland's incoming leader has promised to work to renegotiate the country's crippling 85bn euro bail-out next week.

Enda Kenny of Fine Gael said he would fight for a cheaper loan deal from the International Monetary Fund and Europe.

Votes are still being counted but Fine Gael is expected to be the largest party in the Republic's parliament, without having an overall majority.

Mark Simpson reports.

  • 27 Feb 2011