Shatter's righteous anger is missing an audience
AFTER all the messing over Garth Brooks, by yesterday attention was firmly back on the political Lanigan's Ball of the reshuffle.
It's always a bit of drama and the permutations were being chewed over by everyone. Or not quite everyone, actually. Alan Shatter, whose ministerial fate was sealed in May when he resigned from Justice, had no skin in this particular game of shuffle-board.
The Dublin South deputy had other things on his mind. During a debate on amendments to the Legal Services Bill, the former Justice Minister launched yet another broadside at the report from Sean Guerin into garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe's allegations of misconduct.