Second member of Failte Ireland's board resigns over foreign holiday

A second member of Failte Ireland's board has resigned over a foreign holiday.

Breege O'Donoghue stepped down after it emerged she had been to Spain, which is not on the green list, during the summer.

She's become the second board member to quit after former chairman Michael Cawley spent time in Italy despite Failte Ireland urging people to holiday at home.

Sinn Fein spokesperson for tourism, Imelda Munster says it's showing complete contempt for struggling Irish businesses:

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