Shatter under fire in Wallace penalty points row

Justice minister Alan Shatter is under fire from a Garda body and the opposition, following claims by Independent TD Mick Wallace that the minister had tried to "discredit" him.

18th May, 2013

Justice minister Alan Shatter came under fire this weekend from a Garda body and the opposition, following claims by Independent TD Mick Wallace that the minister had tried to "discredit" him in a row over the penalty points probe.

The Wexford TD said he will make a complaint to the Standards in Public Office (SIPO) Commission over comments made on RTE's Prime Time last week, when Shatter said he had been advised that Wallace had...

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