Francesca Comyn: What was Deirdre Foley's game plan?
The High Court's reasoning closed down her case just past the starting blocks
“The applicants may, for their own reasons, not want the Inspectors to investigate this matter so thoroughly. They may even feel that this investigation is only being conducted thoroughly, because it is high profile, relating as it does, to one of Dublin's most famous landmarks'- Justice Michael Twomey
Businesswoman Deirdre Foley took the highly unusual step of trying to curb a criminal investigation into redundancies at the iconic department store...
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