Friday July 10, 2020

Pat Leahy: The Fennelly Report is extremely damaging

The judge's findings are very damning. Doesn’t that matter?

6th September, 2015
Enda Kenny and inset Martin Callinan

It has been a turbulent few days to start this critical autumn political term, but the dust is now settling a little on the controversy stirred up by the Fennelly Report.

The wagons have been well and truly circled around both the Attorney General and the Taoiseach, and an uneasy calm has descended. Perhaps that enables us to see things more clearly.

Based on the report itself, but also from speaking to people in and...

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