Tuesday January 28, 2020

Shatter: ‘I was targeted by cabinet colleague’

Ahead of the launch of his book this week, Shatter has refused to name the cabinet colleague whom he says targeted him

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

26th May, 2019
Alan Shatter: the former minister for justice is publishing a book about his resignation Picture: Feargal Ward

Fine Gael is bracing itself for an explosive book from the former minister for justice Alan Shatter about how he was “targeted by a cabinet colleague” in the run-up to his resignation.

The advance publicity for Frenzy and Betrayal also claims that Shatter was damaged by “political manoeuvring” by then taoiseach Enda Kenny and “abandoned by his Fine Gael party colleagues” when he was forced to resign as minister for justice....

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