Moriarty presses on despite calls to end

The decision by Mr Justice Michael Moriarty to continue his inquiry into the granting of the second mobile phone licence to Denis O'Brien's Esat Digifone goes against mounting pressure from the government to finish the tribunal's work.

1st October, 2005

The decision by Mr Justice Michael Moriarty to continue his inquiry into the granting of the second mobile phone licence to Denis O'Brien's Esat Digifone goes against mounting pressure from the government to finish the tribunal's work.

Moriarty has made it clear to the tribunal team and to lawyers for some witnesses that he is under considerable pressure from government and other sources to complete his inquiries.

However, last week he delivered a lengthy ruling...

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