After days of being 'back in his box', Ross comes up with an inquiry - yet still has a lot of ground to make up
Published 20/08/2016 | 02:30
The pendulum has swung back to Shane Ross's side after a week of turmoil that has seen him fly 9,000km and back.
After days of being trapped 'back in his box', the minister has given himself some breathing space with a non-statutory inquiry into the Olympics ticket scandal.
He has the backing of Taoiseach Enda Kenny, is in agreement with his recent foe the Attorney General, and according to himself has had "messages of support from several Cabinet ministers".