Cervical cancer lawyer demands that Varadkar correct Dáil record
The dispute between O’Carroll and Varadkar centres around the story – broken in The Sunday Business Post – that the state intends to appeal a judgment which saw €2.1 million awarded in compensation to Ruth Morrissey
Solicitor Cian O’Carroll, who is representing dozens of women suing the state over its cervical cancer screening programme, has asked Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to correct the Dáil record over a comment he says “represent[s] a challenge to my truthfulness”.
The dispute between O’Carroll and Varadkar centres around the story – broken in The Sunday Business Post – that the state intends to...
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