Haughey set up second Dunne meeting with Revenue chief

Senior tax officials are expected to give evidence this week at the Moriarty Tribunal when it examines details of a previously unknown meeting between Ben Dunne and the Revenue Commissioners, arranged by former taoiseach Charles Haughey.

11th June, 2005

Senior tax officials are expected to give evidence this week at the Moriarty Tribunal when it examines details of a previously unknown meeting between Ben Dunne and the Revenue Commissioners, arranged by former taoiseach Charles Haughey.

The tribunal announced this weekend that it would be holding a public sitting on Tuesday.

It has new evidence relating to the meeting between Dunne and the chairman of the Revenue Commissioners.

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