Citizen O'Brien: All in a day’s work for the people’s tycoon

Denis O’Brien argued that in taking his legal case against the Oireachtas, he was acting, not just for his own interests, but for the future good of Ireland’s citizens

4th December, 2016

Future investment in Ireland was on the line. It was not just Brexit. It was not just Donald Trump. It was not just the Apple tax investigation. It was not just climate change. There was a new threat on the horizon for a country still reeling from a financial crisis caused by economic recklessness.

But just what was it?

Early on in his testimony, O’Brien – who described himself as originally based in Dublin, but...

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