What it says in the papers
British government 'fixated' on Haughey; British pension fears; NAMA backing for Naas plan
- The Irish Times says secret official documents released yesterday show how the British government was fixated on the best way of "handling" Charles Haughey 30 years ago. The documents were released by the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland and deal with concerns about what policy the then Fianna Fáil leader would adopt on the 1985 Anglo-Irish Agreement.
- The paper reports that a planned expansion of the Dublin Bikes rental scheme to...
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