Power, politics and the press

Power, politics and the press
Leslie Buckley, then chairman of INM, and Robert Pitt, then chief executive of INM, at an extraordinary general meeting of the company at the Alexander Hotel in Dublin in December 2016. Pitt made a protected disclosure about INM under whistleblower legislation to the ODCE Pic: Fergal Phillips

The controversy surrounding INM raises some uncomfortable questions about politics and the media in Ireland

To some, it reads like an exciting corporate espionage thriller. To others, it’s an over-complicated drama that has consumed only those in the so-called media bubble.

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