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Robert Huey was constantly brought into discussions — despite devastating findings

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Dr Tamara Bronckaers was paid more than £1.25m in compensation after NI's chief vet Robert Huey (inset) helped hound her out of her job.

Dr Tamara Bronckaers was paid more than £1.25m in compensation after NI's chief vet Robert Huey (inset) helped hound her out of her job.

Dr Tamara Bronckaers was paid more than £1.25m in compensation after NI's chief vet Robert Huey (inset) helped hound her out of her job.

Northern Ireland’s chief vet was regularly involved in Civil Service discussions about how to handle the case of a whistleblower who he helped hound out of her job, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.

Robert Huey was central to a scandal which cost taxpayers more than £1.25m in compensation to Tamara Bronckaers and has shredded the reputation of the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA), yet he remains in post without having been disciplined.


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