Deputy believes Donegal should be a standalone Garda division


There are fears plans to amalgamate the Donegal garda division could result in a major reduction in Garda numbers in the county.
It was announced last month, that a re-examination of all Garda divisions is underway with most local divisions set to double in size.
As part of the plans, a new northern region, including Donegal, will stretch from Mayo to Louth and a new eastern region will run from Meath to Waterford.
Donegal Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher believes Donegal should be a standalone division:

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