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Gardaí Investigating After Woman Managed To Enter Áras an Uachtaráin


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A member of the public managed to gain access to Áras an Uachtaráin last Friday.

The Irish Daily Mail reports that a middle-aged woman was able to drive into the Áras grounds as maintenance work was being carried out.

She then found President Micheal D Higgins and is believed to have confronted him over housing issues.

The woman was not arrested and was allowed to drive away again.

In a statement, gardaí say they do not comment on security arrangements for the President.

However, it adds: "Following a recent incident at Áras an Uachtaráin, a Chief Superintendent is conducting a review of security measures and another Chief Superintendent is investigating the incident."


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