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Sunday Times sending opinion columnists to government briefings

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    David Quinn has regularly been at the DOH Covid hearings with a clear agenda and now Cormac Lucey was there this week with going on at length presenting theories to the CMO, neither is a journalist why is the Sunday Times allowing them to use their name, where are their actual journalists?


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  • I suspect Quinn's attending as a rep of his "institute" (Lolek Limited) , not the paper.

    Lucey is an actual journo for them I believe




  • L1011 wrote: »
    I suspect Quinn's attending as a rep of his "institute" (Lolek Limited) , not the paper.

    Lucey is an actual journo for them I believe
    no both cite the Sunday Times as I already said. Cormac Lucey isn't a journalist, he's a Chartered Accountant with a opinion column in the Sunday Times.




  • David Quinn back again yesterday more then any journalist there his questions are more like assertions that he wants to promote and then the DOH experts have to rebut.




  • David Quinn back again yesterday more then any journalist there his questions are more like assertions that he wants to promote and then the DOH experts have to rebut.

    For a guy who works running an "institute" and who is allegedly part of a group that is constantly being silenced, he does have alot of free time to go around being heard.


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