'The omens look good for proud Shane Ross and his judicial appointment crusade'
But the minister and former journalist seems to have been surprised by the level of lobbying, writes Francesca Comyn
Transport Minister Shane Ross was on Morning Ireland last week, proud as punch of his achievements one year into the minority government.
To give the short version of the interview, Ross is very pleased drug driving tests are up and running and that two of his bills are close to enactment.
One of the proposed pieces of legislation aims to tighten up drink driving laws, the other strives to stamp out political patronage from the...
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