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Last Post: Breathing new life into the Shatter story

12 months ago a motion of no confidence in Alan Shatter was being somberly considered by the representatives of the people.

30th March, 2014
Mattie McGrath: jumping up and down.

You will all no doubt recall less than 12 months ago when the last motion of no confidence in Alan Shatter was being somberly considered by the representatives of the people, independent TD Mattie McGrath was jumping up and down over an incident he had discovered involving the justice minister.

Several years ago, Mattie recalled, Shatter had been stopped at a Garda checkpoint on Pembroke St - conveniently adjacent to Last Post HQ for the purposes...

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