Wednesday June 3, 2020

Costs of O’Brien’s Dáil court case to hit €1 million

Businessman claims Dáil utterances breached his privacy

11th December, 2016
Denis O’Brien

The High Court has been told there is nothing to suggest that Social Democrat TD Catherine Murphy and Sinn Féin TD Pearse Doherty were “motivated by anything other than the public interest” in their statements about Denis O’Brien’s banking affairs.

In submissions made on behalf of the state and the attorney general, it was argued that there was no evidence to show either deputy intended to interfere...

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