Charlie Haughey

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Then  taoiseach Charles Haughey arriving to give evidence at the Tribunal of Inquiry into the Beef Industry in October 1982.

When you look back at Irish business journalism over the past 50 years and business journalism in The Irish Times in particular, the temptation is to (...)

Mr Charles Haughey flanked by photographers at a press conference in Dublin, following his acquittal in the Arms Trial in October 1970. Photograph: The Irish Times

Charlie Haughey was not the first man to have an affair and would not be the last, his former adviser PJ Mara said today. He said the revelation by Te(...)

Gerry Adams: feeling a little queasy. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Some strange bedfellows are snuggling up under the political covers in Leinster House these days. When they awoke in the Dáil chamber yesterday aftern(...)

Mary Harney: said in an interview that Charles Haughey should be convicted of obstructing tribunal. Photograph:   Frank Miller

The likely ringfencing of the Anglo Irish Bank imbroglio from the rest of the banking inquiry comes amid concerns about avoiding jeopardising the tria(...)

Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan  at the coffee break during the Fine Gael parliamentary party conference in Killenard, Co Laois.

Who does Micheál Martin think he is, calling Enda Kenny a dictator?Up with this our dear Taoiseach will not put. We’d like to see the Fianna Fáil lead(...)

Maeve’s Times is funny and clever and kind, which are excellent qualities in both books and people. I’ve spent a lot of time over the past few days(...)

Telling the story: an Iraqi Kurdish child at Isikveren refugee camp, on the Turkish border with Iraq, in 1991. Photograph: Nabil Ismail/AFP/Getty

THE SALVATION OF TORY ISLAND 1981-1984 Gerry Moriarty Charlie Haughey, then leader of the opposition, looked up at me from under hoode(...)

Hilary Fannin with Jim Kennedy of Atlantic Sea Kayaking taking part in a twilight trip at Reen Pier, Union Hall. Photograph: Emma Jervis

The stretch of coastline from the fishing village of Union Hall, on the west side of Glandore Harbour in Co Cork, to Ring Head, overlooking Clonakilty(...)

A protester holds a sign during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy at the People’s Party regional headquarters in Valencia. Photograph: Reuters/Heino Kalis

The spectre of corruption haunts not only leading European politicians; it haunts the whole European body politic.Now it’s the turn of Spanish prime m(...)

 Dessie O’Malley was widely lauded for standing up to Charlie Haughey on a matter of principle. Photograph: Peter Thursfield

The threat of de-selection as candidates at the next election that was directed at Fine Gael’s rebel TDs this week amounts to a significant tightening(...)

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