Shortall may have been "frustrated" at progress - Rabbitte

Pat Rabbitte has said that Róisín Shortall may have been “frustrated by the pace of progress” in building a primary care centre network.

27th September, 2012
Happier times: Róisín Shortall and Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore.

Pat Rabbitte has said that the resignation of his Labour Party colleague Róisín Shortall last night was “a surprise” but that she may have been “frustrated by the pace of progress” in building a primary care centre network.

* **Read the report of Shortall's resignation [here]()**

* **COMMENT: Shortall's resignation aimed at Gilmore, writes Pat Leahy**

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