'We have to see it' - Fianna Fáil insists Govt must publish Public Services Card report


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Fianna Fáil has ramped up the pressure on Social Protection Minister Regina Doherty to publish the Data Protection Commissioner’s highly adversarial report on the Public Services Card.
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