Nóirín O’Sullivan, the first woman to lead Garda Síochána, to retire after facing calls to step down over breathalyser test scandal

The first woman to lead Ireland’s police force has quit, blaming an “unending cycle” of public inquiries and investigations into the Garda Síochána.

Nóirín O’Sullivan announced on Sunday evening that she was retiring from the post of garda commissioner after three years in the job.

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