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Eight cases of staff misconduct in Leinster House since 2014

7th January, 2018

Authorities in Leinster House have dealt with eight cases of alleged harassment or misconduct by staff over the last four years, new figures show.

However, Oireachtas authorities have declined to reveal any details of the complaints following a request from The Sunday Business Post for all records of allegations of sexual harassment, misconduct and/or assault against staff members over the last ten years.

They said all such complaints are dealt with in the strictest...

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