Declan Ganley

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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 (...)

Denis O’Brien: bid to be joined to Persona case to be heard next month

An application by billionaire businessman Denis O’Brien to be added as a defendant to a multimillion euro legal action against the State will be heard(...)

Denis O’Brien says he wants to defend the Persona case alongside the State, even though the consortium is not seeking to sue him, because the group is claiming the licence was awarded to his company as a result of deceit and dishonesty. Photograph: David Sleator

Denis O’Brien’s bid to be joined as a defendant to a multimillion-euro legal action against the State is likely to be adjourned when it comes before t(...)

Crisis of conscience:  Lucinda Creighton has thrived in the European portfolio but has had conflict within Fine Gael. Photograph:   Justin Mac Innes/Getty Images

Decisions, decisions. Lucinda Creighton faces a difficult choice next week when the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill returns to the Dáil. She (...)

A section of the large crowd attending the anti-abortion Vigil for Life at Merrion Square, Dublin, on Saturday. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Vigil for Life in Dublin last Saturday afternoon was a blur of sunshine, high-viz vests, a scattering of Declan Ganley fliers and a lot of balloo(...)

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