Ministers differ from Reilly on health centre changes
There are significant differences in the accounts given by the Minister for Health and by other cabinet ministers about how the locations for new primary care centres were to be decided.
It has emerged that there are significant differences in the accounts given by Minister for Health James Reilly and by other cabinet ministers about how the locations for new primary care centres were to be decided.
In a letter to junior health minister Róisín Shortall last July, Reilly explained the addition of 15 locations - including two in his own constituency - after questions and objections by Shortall.
"Following detailed analysis [with...
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