Mint Office legal complaint sparks RTÉ Liveline apology
Company said it was not given an opportunity to counter ‘unfair’ criticism on Joe Duffy programme
RTÉ’s Liveline radio programme has issued an apology in relation to broadcasts in which the Dublin Mint Office featured over the summer.
The Dublin Mint Office, a private company that sells souvenir coins, made a legal complaint to RTÉ following criticism of it on Liveline programmes.
Callers to the radio programme claimed they had been sent and invoiced for expensive coins they had not specifically ordered.
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