Thursday October 29, 2020

Labour: Ryan rowing back on rugby TV idea

The Labour Party has accused the government of stalling on a controversial consultants’ report on proposals to make major rugby matches freely available on terrestrial TV.

23rd October, 2010

The Labour Party has accused the government of stalling on a controversial consultants’ report on proposals to make major rugby matches freely available on terrestrial TV.

The report, which was commissioned by Indecon Consultants at a cost of €73,387, was due to be completed eight weeks after the contract was awarded. Labour’s communications spokeswoman Liz McManus said this deadline had ‘‘long passed’’.

She accused communications minister Eamon Ryan...

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