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Moriarty to pursue O'Brien inquiry

The marathon battle between Denis O'Brien and the Moriarty Tribunal looks set to go the distance, following Mr Justice Michael Moriarty's rejection last week of the businessman's demand to abandon his inquiry into how the country's second mobile phon

1st October, 2005

The marathon battle between Denis O'Brien and the Moriarty Tribunal looks set to go the distance, following Mr Justice Michael Moriarty's rejection last week of the businessman's demand to abandon his inquiry into how the country's second mobile phone licence was awarded.

Meanwhile, this weekend, O'Brien hit back at the tribunal, claiming that it had a vested interest in keeping the inquiry going.

Moriarty made the point that the tribunal has faced “substantive'‘ legal challenges...

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