Gardaí still protecting former Taoiseach's home one month after his death

Gardaí still protecting former Taoiseach's home one month after his death
File photo of former Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave.

Gardaí are still protecting Liam Cosgrave's home over a month after his death.

As a former Taoiseach, Mr Cosgrave was entitled to a full-time Garda presence after he left office.

A Garda spokesperson said that a full review is carried out following the death of a protected person to determine the security requirements.

They added that the review in this case has been completed and a decision will be made shortly.


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