Government seeks access to Oxford vaccine as ‘Golfgate’ scandal rages
Paying multimillion-euro deposit would give Ireland advance access to vaccine
The government is attempting to secure up to two million early doses of one of the most promising Covid-19 vaccines as it prepares to recall the Dáil early amid the ongoing fall-out from the “Golfgate” controversy.
The political storm over the attendance of senior figures at an Oireachtas Golf Society dinner in Galway on Wednesday night continues to rage this weekend. It has already led to the resignation of Dara Calleary...
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