Business leaders condemn online group urging breach of lockdown
Minister Leo Varadkar warned firms not to heed growing Irish branch of British far-right social media movement
Leo Varadkar, leading business groups and organisations fighting disinformation have roundly condemned a new online movement encouraging businesses to reopen in breach of lockdown measures, and urged them to continue adhering to public health advice.
The Great Reopening, a campaign orchestrated from Britain, has taken root among a small but growing number of Irish social media users on platforms and messaging apps such as Telegram and Facebook in recent weeks.
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