Declan Ganley

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Declan Ganley : took to twitter to state his relief at landing safely at Newark Liberty International Airport. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Galway-based businessman and entrepreneur Declan Ganley tweeted his relief after a Shannon-bound aircraft he was travelling on was forced to tu(...)

Michael McDowell:  Ireland was about to enter into a three-month period of “inane debate” leading to “largely worthless” European Parliament elections: Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

Former tánaiste Michael McDowell has warned that “elitist eurofederalists” are “firing up the boilers” for one more step towar(...)

Declan Ganley’s ability to pay the costs of the action meant the two companies did not need to put up money in advance, Mr Justice Seán Ryan ruled.

Businessman Denis O’Brien has been refused High Court orders directing two companies associated with businessman Declan Ganley to provide security for(...)

In closing arguments on behalf of businessman Denis O’Brien in the High Court, Darren Lehane said people would have had to be “living under a rock” not to realise that Mr O’Brien contested vigorously that he was in any way involved with corruption in the matter. Photograph: David Sleator

Allegations of corruption in the process resulting in the State’s second mobile phone licence being awarded to Esat Digifone are of such public import(...)

Michael Lowry: was minister for communications at the time the licence was awarded. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former minister for communications Michael Lowry may seek to be joined with the State as a defendant in the case in which Persona, the entity that cam(...)

Billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien.

An application by billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien to be joined as a defendant to a multimillion euro legal action arising from the award of the (...)

An application by businessman Denis O’Brien to be added as a defendant to a multi-million euro legal action against the State will be heard in the Hig(...)

Declan Ganley of the Libertas Institue. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Declan Ganley’s Libertas Institute, which campaigned for a No vote in last year’s EU fiscal treaty referendum, recorded a deficit for 2012 of €145,914(...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has criticised sectors of the Catholic press in Ireland. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has criticised sectors of the Catholic press in Ireland, accusing them of displaying a “growing tend(...)

Declan Ganley, speaking in Dublin earlier this year.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

Declan Ganley’s Libertas Institute, the legal entity he used in campaigns against a number of EU treaty changes, has said it is to continue trying to (...)

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