Declan Ganley

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Posters in support of France’s far-right media pundit Eric Zemmour in a street of Paris. Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty

The likelihood that Éric Zemmour, an extreme right-wing author, newspaper columnist and television polemicist who has three times been convicted of ha(...)

Businessman Declan Ganley says, based on the State’s own data, there is no evidence of any outbreak of Covid-19 associated with any Roman Catholic Mass or other public religious service. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Businessman Declan Ganley has urged the High Court to hear his challenge to the legality of the ban on attending public religious worship which operat(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien has won his appeal over a judge’s refusal to order Red Flag Consulting public relations firm to disclose to him certain documents for his defamation and conspiracy action against the firm. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Denis O’Brien has won his appeal over a judge’s refusal to order Red Flag Consulting public relations firm to disclose to him certain docu(...)

Declan Ganley had provided the loans to the Libertas Institute at an interest rate of 11 per cent. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Declan Ganley has written off more than €3.2 million in loans to the Libertas Institute Limited, a corporate vehicle used by the businessman in campai(...)

The Hard Shoulder: Kieran Cuddihy’s Newstalk show sometimes plumps for spice rather than sustenance

As host of The Hard Shoulder (Newstalk, weekdays) Kieran Cuddihy is used to dealing with all manner of unpalatable subjects. Even so, one item on(...)

Online Mass: Now that virtually all older churchgoers are vaccinated, what is the excuse for the ongoing prohibition on church and other religious services?

Prof Oran Doyle of the Covid-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory has done citizens some service. In a lengthy blog post, he has untangled the labyrint(...)

Archbishop of Armagh Eamon Martin said the new statutory instrument was introduced and published in a ‘clandestine’ manner. Photograph: iStock

The Catholic Church is taking legal advice following the publication of a new Covid-19 statutory instrument that Archbishop Eamon Martin has called “d(...)

The State confirmed that attending Mass aside from for funerals or weddings is an offence under Covid-19 restrictions in place

Businessman Declan Ganley’s challenge over Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions preventing him attending Mass has been further adjourned at the High Court to(...)

Large spaces between members of the congregation at the 10am Mass on Thursday at the Church of Our Lady of Consolation in Donnycarney, Dublin. Photograph: John McElroy

In an extraordinary development,  High Court Judge, Charles Meenan, has given the State two weeks to clarify whether there is a legal basis for C(...)

 Declan Ganley,  a practising Roman Catholic, claims that as a result of the restrictions, he cannot leave his home to attend Mass, which he argues is in breach of the State’s guarantee of the free practice of religion in Article 44 of the Constitution. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The State has been given two weeks by a High Court judge to clarify whether there is a legal basis for Covid-19 restrictions on people attending Mass (...)

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