Varadkar says he would like to see Tony Holohan back in the public service
Holohan is publishing his memoirs this month about his role responding to the Covid-19 pandemic
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that he would like to see Tony Holohan, the former chief medical officer, back in a public service role.
Holohan, who is publishing his memoirs this month, left his role in the Department of Health in controversial circumstances after a planned move to a public health role in Trinity College was called off.
Speaking at Fine Gael’s think-in event in Limerick, Varadkar said that Holohan was a loss to the ...