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# Guerin Report

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'Like a hen un-laying an egg': Dáil row erupts over the deletion of the Guerin report
Disagreement emerged between members over the deletion of the Guerin report from the Oireachtas Library.
'I was constantly being vilified': Alan Shatter speaks of 'years of upset and difficulty' since resignation
The former justice minister resigned over a garda whistleblower controversy in 2014.
Supreme Court rejects appeal against Alan Shatter's successful challenge to Guerin report
The Guerin report looked into the handling of Shatter of claims made by Maurice McCabe.
Alan Shatter wants 'his good name vindicated' by Taoiseach after Court of Appeal decision
A Court of Appeal ruled that the Guerin report reached “seriously damaging” conclusions.
Alan Shatter wins appeal to challenge Guerin report
The report focussed on Shatter’s handling of complaints made by Garda whistleblower Sergeant Maurice McCabe.
Kenny corrects Dáil record over Alan Shatter's resignation
The Taoiseach said Shatter did NOT accept responsibility for the findings of the Guerin Report. .
Alan Shatter wants Dáil record changed in wake of O'Higgins report
He said today that he wants the Dáil record to be cleared as the Guerin report had been accepted in full.
'When you tell the truth in politics you get into trouble - but the truth helps me sleep at night'
Alan Shatter opens up on the controversies that forced him to resign, Leo Varadkar and whether he says ‘hello’ to Mick Wallace.
Dysfunctional garda district at the heart of Guerin Report to face detailed probe
The terms of reference for the investigation have been published.
'Is someone afraid of the truth? Because frontline gardaí aren't'
The terms of reference for an enquiry into allegations of Garda malpractice in Cavan will be published today.
Gardaí have been 'incalculably' damaged by delay in investigation of 'garda misconduct'
The GRA’s General Secretary said that gardaí at the centre of the allegations need to have their say.
Here's why Alan Shatter's legal challenge could cause the government more problems
Analysis: He hasn’t gone away you know…
How has Alan Shatter gone from Department of Justice to High Court?
We knew he was not on board with the Guerin Report findings. Now we know just how far he intends to go with it.
Here's What Happened Today: Monday
Everyone’s talking about Ivor Callely, MH17′s black boxes and Gaza.
Could Justice be split in two? The people who wrote today's damning report reckon so...
It’s recommended Frances Fitzgerald’s Department could be split into two portfolios, one for ‘Justice’ and one for ‘Home Affairs’.
80 days in and we still don't know if Frances Fitzgerald has confidence in her top civil servant
The Minister for Justice is expected to publish a report into the running of her department very shortly.
'How much do you trust An Garda Síochána?' - Gardaí to start polling the public again
The first “Public Attitudes Survey” in six years comes after months of scandal and controversy.
Alan Shatter wants a human rights commission to examine how the Guerin Report was put together
It’s not all new ministers today, an ex-minister refuses to be forgotten.
Shatter: 'I was secretly put on trial, and wasn't given a chance to defend myself'
The former Minister for Justice has blasted the Guerin report for ‘completely failing to follow fair procedure’.
In full: Shatter's slams the barrister whose report led to his resignation as justice minister
The former justice minister has delivered a blistering criticism of the report carried out by barrister Seán Guerin.
'The government treats people like gobshites' - John Wilson
The former garda welcomed Eamon Gilmore’s resignation as Labour leader, describing him as “arrogant”.
Civil action by Sylvia Roche Kelly's husband adjourned for five weeks
Lorcan Roche Kelly is suing the Garda Commissioner for damages over his wife’s murder.
Justice Committee to Secretary General: We will ask you about Guerin Report
Brian Purcell will appear before the Oireachtas Justice Committee the week after next.
Garda inspectors and sergeants aren't impressed with the new Justice Minister
John Redmond of the AGSI says that GSOC should not be allowed be the confidential recipient to Garda whistleblowers.
TDs will get to have their say on the Guerin report today
Two hours have been set aside for statements on the report today in the Dáil.
Taoiseach and Justice Minister apologise to Garda whistleblower Sergeant Maurice McCabe
The Taoiseach said that he was sorry that matters raised by McCabe weren’t dealt with sooner, words echoed by Frances Fitzgerald a short time later.
Government agrees to independent review of the Department of Justice
The Justice Minister says the department will be part of “root and branch” reform in Ireland.
Frances Fitzgerald still can't say if she has confidence in her most senior civil servant
The Justice Minister will await the outcome of an independent review into her new department before deciding on Brian Purcell who today said he will answer questions about the findings of the Guerin report before TDs and Senators.
Lunchtime Fix: 6 things you need to know
Catch up as you refuel.
Taoiseach: We'll be making a formal decision on Guerin today
New Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald is expected to bring a memo on the issue to Cabinet.
Findings of Guerin report to dominate this morning's Cabinet meeting
Meanwhile, Secretary General at the Department of Justice has been invited before an Oireacthas committee to discuss the findings.
'The Department of Justice is not fit for purpose' - Varadkar
The Transport Minister says that he was “shocked” by the Guerin Report.
Maurice McCabe has access to PULSE system restored
The decision follows 18 months in which McCabe had no access to the system.
GSOC and the Guerin Report: where the Ombudsman is mentioned
Where did GSOC fall down, and what is their response?
Eurovision, RTÉ Guide and Dr Dre: The week in numbers
Plus: Who was on the top-selling edition of the RTE Guide this year?
Bailieboro: a case study of a dysfunctional Garda district
The Guerin Report takes aim at one district in particular. Here’s why.
Jerry McGrath: The escalating horror and failures that led to a murder
A spectacular series of omissions and failures were outlined in today’s Guerin report which need to be fully investigated.
A young female Garda was sexually harassed at Bailieboro - but a Superintendent 'refused' to deal with it
The Guerin Report found that Gardaí had taken “all appropriate steps” to deal with the case.