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Politicians must bring business in from the cold

14th January, 2015

The size of the audience that tuned into the first episode of Charlie, RTE’s drama about Charles Haughey, is testimony to our continuing fascination with him and the grip he still has on Irish public opinion.

This is despite the fact that he spent the last few years of his life in virtual internal exile, unable to do public interviews, and much denounced by commentators for the steady drip-drip of revelations about the...

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