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Hardiman judgment casts shadow over Flood’s work

When the second interim report of the Planning Tribunal (the main report) was published in September 2002, it went on sale for €1, and was an immediate bestseller.

24th April, 2010

When the second interim report of the Planning Tribunal (the main report) was published in September 2002, it went on sale for €1, and was an immediate bestseller.

Mr Justice Feargus Flood was an instant hero. He had undone one of Fianna Fáil’s most arrogant and crooked ministers, Ray Burke; had uncovered a circle of corrupt developers and businessmen; and had done so without fear or favour. The story goes that, as he strolled down Grafton...

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