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Shatter refuses to rule out Dáil comeback after court victory

After the unanimous ruling vindicating him, former justice minister Alan Shatter has made no final decisions about a return to politics

13th November, 2016
Taoiseach Enda Kenny with former minister for justice Alan Shatter Picture: PA

Alan Shatter has refused to rule out a political comeback after his Court of Appeal victory last week which further vindicated his actions while he was justice minister.

The court last week unanimously ruled that the former Fine Gael TD is entitled to declarations that critical opinions of him in the Guerin report into the handling of a garda whistleblower’s claims were in breach of fair procedures.

The result marks the end of...

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