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Hugh O'Connell: Shane Ross’s judicial crusade means transport takes a back seat

'Growing annoyance' in Fine Gael at minister's focus on judicial reform

22nd November, 2016
Shane Ross has yet to set out his departmental priorities. PIc: RollingNews.ie

Shane Ross has been Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport since May 6 last. Nearly seven months on it’s still not clear what it is he wants to do in his portfolio.

Last August, we were told he would publish his ministerial priorities in September. It’s now nearly December and there’s still no sign of them.

On his department’s website...

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