Varadkar says he hasn’t sued Village due to legal advice
The Tánaiste had previously described the magazine’s 2020 article about his leaking of a confidential GP contract as ‘inaccurate and grossly defamatory’
Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said that his decision not to take legal action against Village magazine for its coverage of his leaking of a GP contract to a friend is based on legal advice.
Varadkar previously described the story published by Village last October about how he sent a copy of the confidential draft agreement of the new GP contract to Maitiú Ó Tuathail, then president of the National Association of General Practitioners,...
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