Sinn Féin pressure Varadkar with new questions over GP contract leak
Varakdar accused the opposition party of trying to reheat the controversy as Paschal Donohoe raised the latest disclosures in the Dáil
Leo Varadkar has accused Sinn Féin of attempting to “reheat an old political controversy” after the party raised new questions over how the Tánaiste leaked a copy of a GP contract to a friend.
Varadkar survived a motion of confidence last November after it emerged he had sent a copy of the confidential draft agreement with the Irish Medical Organisation to Maitiú Ó Tuathail, then president of the National...
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