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# gp contract

Last year
'That's where it stands': Taoiseach says Sipo has made final decision not to investigate Varadkar
The Irish Times reports today that there were dissenting opinions within the ethics watchdog over whether to press ahead with an inquiry.
Leo Varadkar says Sipo has decided not to investigate him over GP contract leak
The DPP confirmed it would not be prosecuting the Tánaiste over the controversy in July.
Garda file on leaking of GP contract by Tánaiste sent to Director of Public Prosecutions
The issue was upgraded to a criminal investigation in March 2021.
All time
An uneasy show of support: Coalition partners sticking by Varadkar amid calls for him to step aside
If charges were to be brought, Fianna Fáil would call for his removal, sources said.
Garda inquiry into document leak by Tanaiste is now criminal investigation
The gardaí are investigating whether there has been a breach of corruption legislation or the Official Secrets Act.
Varadkar tells gardaí he is willing to meet with them over GP contract leak
Gardaí are currently assessing correspondence that has been received over the leaking of the contract.
Fianna Fáil TD says there are inconsistencies in Varadkar's statement, but adds he shouldn't resign
The Tánaiste was grilled about what motivated him to send the document Dr Maitiú Ó Tuathail of the NAGP.
Former head of NAGP says it was 'wrong' to not have access to GP contract
Leo Varadkar is expected to answer questions in the Dáil tomorrow regarding this new controversy.
Fianna Fáil minister says Varadkar's actions not 'appropriate' and calls for 'very frank' Dáil statement
Timeline: GP contract negotiations, the draft deal and Leo Varadkar's actions
Health minister says the €60 price tag to see a GP is too expensive
The minister said he would not compromise on his view that such fees are too high.