Former Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald; Terry Prone, of the Communications Clinic
Journalist, director with Right To Know and Dublin Institute of Technology lecturer Ken Foxe tweeted that he had received word back from the Department of Justice yesterday.
This follows his attempts to obtain records of correspondence between the former Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and PR advisor Terry Prone between May 8, 2014 and March 11, 2017 – a time when Ms Prone was also advising the then Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan.
Mr Foxe had initially been told there were no such records.
After appealing the matter to the Office of the Information Commissioner, the OIC discovered 68 such records of correspondence.
Last night, Mr Foxe said the Department of Justice informed him there were more than 190 such records.
He has yet to receive the documents.
But last night, Mr Foxe explained:
Previously: Frances, Nóirín and Tess