Nóirín O’Sullivan has reached the end of the road

23rd July, 2017

On taking over the Department of Justice in May 2014, Frances Fitzgerald promised a “new era of transparency” in the delivery and administration of what is the most vital of services to citizens in this democracy.

Fitzgerald’s time in the troubled portfolio has come and gone – and so too has the opportunity to bring about the sort of change in An Garda Síochána that she identified as being so desperately needed....

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