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07 July 2022

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Leo Varadkar will not face prosecution over GP document leak (3)
Leo Varadkar comments, © PA Wire/PA Images 06/07/2022 | 20:37 PM By Cate McCurry and Gr'ainne N'i Aodha, PA Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar will not face prosecution over the leaking of a GP contract in 2019, Gardai confirmed. In a statement to the PA news agency, Gardai said: "Following a Garda investigation, a comprehensive investigation file was submitted to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
McHugh votes against Government with a 'heavy heart' on mica bill (5)
Mica campaigners protested at the gates of Leinster House. Wed, 06 Jul, 2022 - 20:30 Paul Hosford      The Government's majority in the D'ail was lost in dramatic scenes on Wednesday when former Education Minister Joe McHugh voted against its mica legislation. Mr McHugh, whose Donegal constituency has been particularly hit by mica, said that he was making the decision with a "heavy heart" but said that a
International surrogacy should be recognised in Ireland for the first time, Oireachtas committee to recommend (2)
Committee on International Surrogacy to publish detailed report on Wednesday morning Surrogacy in Ireland, whether altruistic or commercial, is unregulated. Photograph: Tara Moore/ Agency Photos By Jennifer Bray Wed Jul 6 2022 - 01:00 International surrogacy should be recognised in Ireland for the first time under a system of parental orders and guidelines, a special Oireachtas committee will recommend on Wednesday.
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