KENNY ANGLES FOR BETTER TERMS

IRISH Prime Minister Enda Kenny (pictured) yesterday said that he would press for lower interest rates for Dublin’s EU/IMF bailout but insisted that higher corporate taxes would not be part of any such deal. Kenny said an accord had already been reached in principle to lower the 5.8 per cent interest rate on the €85bn (£75.4bn) bailout, but details have yet to be hammered out.