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Private finance distorts the political process

Lochlann Quinn and his wife Brenda have sent an invitation to several people in Dun Laoghaire inviting them to wine and a light supper at the Gables restaurant, Foxrock, on the evening of November 15.

4th November, 2006

Lochlann Quinn and his wife Brenda have sent an invitation to several people in Dun Laoghaire inviting them to wine and a light supper at the Gables restaurant, Foxrock, on the evening of November 15.

Quinn is a very rich person but, unlike many very rich people in Ireland nowadays, he did not make his money from property development or property speculation - nor, as far as I know, from any other sort of speculation. He...

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