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RSA chair O’Donnell lobbying for Big Pharma company MSD

O’Donnell made particular efforts over the last two years to get the sitting Taoiseach - first Enda Kenny, then Leo Varadkar – to meet MSD executives at the World Economic Forum meeting at Davos

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
27th January, 2019
Liz O’Donnell

It has emerged that Road Safety Authority chair Liz O’Donnell has held dozens of meetings and made hundreds of phone calls to politicians - including two taoisigh and the ministers for finance and health - on behalf of pharmaceutical company MSD over the last two years.

The lobbying filings show that O’Donnell -- who has been Director of Policy, Government Affairs and Communications for MSD since 2017 -- has held dozens of formal...

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