The Sunday interview: Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice

The Minister for Justice says her top three priorities are Garda reform, domestic violence and the modernisation of the sector’s IT services

9th August, 2020
The Sunday interview: Helen McEntee, Minister for Justice
Helen McEntee is the fourth woman to serve as Minister for Justice, she follows Máire Geoghegan Quinn, Nora Owen and Frances Fitzgerald. Picture: Fergal Phillips

In brief:

Lives: Slane, Co Meath

Age: 34

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