martes, 3 de marzo de 2015

James Reilly’s plan to move on firms with tobacco contracts could hit snag – 2 de Marzo de 2015 – Irlanda

As reported on Friday, Minister for Children James Reilly (pictured) is looking at whether he can prevent any firm that has a contract with a tobacco group from tendering for work for bodies under his remit.

The development is the latest in the ongoing controversy caused by the decision of Japan Tobacco to threaten the State over legislation aimed at preventing people taking up smoking, and in particular the tobacco giant’s use of Irish law firm Arthur Cox. Arthur Cox also does work for Tusla, the child and family agency.

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