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James Reilly is still Health Minister... according to the Department's website

And Health isn’t the only government department that has yet to update its pages.

IT’S FOUR DAYS since the reshuffle but some government departments have not got around to updating their websites to reflect the new ministerial line-up.

For example, James Reilly is still the Minister for Health according to the Department’s website:

health reilly

Reilly appears to be double-jobbing as the Department of Children website has been updated and reflects the fact he is the new minister there:

children reilly

But it’s not just Reilly and the Department of Health.

For example, Leo Varadkar – Reilly’s replacement at Health – remains the Minister for Transport according to its website:

varadkar transport

Meanwhile, the Department of Foreign Affairs has noted that Charlie Flanagan is its new minister, but new Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe is still European Affairs Minister according to its profiles:

donohoe foreign affairs

But better news for the Department of Arts and the Department of Communications which have updated their pages to reflect their new ministers:

humphreys arts

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Read: Enda says ‘it’s not an easy day’ but here’s what to expect in the junior ministerial reshuffle

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