Irish Road Victims Association calls of Minister Cowen to step down

The Irish Road Victims Association has called for the Agriculture Minister to step down from his role.

Barry Cowen was caught drink-driving while using a learner permit between Dublin and Offaly in 2016.

He was banned from the road for three months, while also had to pay a fine.

He has apologised saying he was embarrassed and humiliated, while the Taoiseach Micheal Martin has said he was disappointed only to learn of the incident on Friday.

Founder of the IRVA, Donna Price, says it is unforgivable.