Fianna Fáil aims to revive Garda insurance fraud unit
McGrath accuses Fine Gael of ‘completely hands-off approach’ to insurance reforms
Fianna Fáil will attempt to revive the shelved Garda insurance fraud unit if elected to government, the party’s finance spokesman said today.
At the launch of Fianna Fáil’s plan to tackle issues in the insurance industry, Michael McGrath said the party would “immediately convene” a crisis summit on insurance and devise a plan to tackle unsustainable premiums.
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