There was no confusion over government regulations for outdoor events, Varadkar claims
Government ‘regulations’ take precedence over ‘guidelines’ because they are ‘based in statute’, according to the Tanáiste
Newly revealed communications between Fáilte Ireland and state officials showed that there was “confusion” over guidelines for large outdoor events, but there was no confusion over government regulations, Leo Varadkar has claimed.
The Tanáiste was speaking at the Trim Castle Hotel on Monday at the Fine Gael think-in, where he responded to a report in the Business Post at the weekend which showed Government officials at the Department of Tourism...
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