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Have The Governments Covid Supports Been Too Liberal?

A Cork publican has been caught on camera “bragging” about his Covid-19 business supports, sa...

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08.46 3 Aug 2021


Have The Governments Covid Supports Been Too Liberal?


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08.46 3 Aug 2021


A Cork publican has been caught on camera “bragging” about his Covid-19 business supports, saying he hopes the pandemic “goes on for another 10 years" so he can afford a “place in Barbados.” Tony Campion, owner of The Silver Key in Ballinlough, has since apologised for the comments which he calls insensitive and wrong. Gerard Howlin, Public affairs consultant, Sunday Times columnist, and former senior political adviser spoke to Ciara.

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