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# Brian Lenihan

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Eurozone ministers still deadlocked over bailout expansion
Cowen set for victory after Lenihan shows hand
Lenihan expected to support Cowen ahead of vote
Fianna Fáil battle begins as Martin declares intent
Micheál Martin breaks cover: the statement in full
Brian Cowen's leadership announcement: the statement in full
Ireland borrows first tranche of bailout funds
New government could review EU-IMF deal: Lenihan
AIB could be nationalised by day’s end
President approves banking reform bill after Council of State meeting
Banks pay €44m in bonuses since state guarantee
Credit Institutions Bill passed
Dáil gives approval to Ireland's EU-IMF bailout
New Bill allows for massive State intervention in banks
Dáil votes on EU/IMF bailout
91 AIB employees have begun legal proceedings
US embassy thought Ireland was losing grip on banks - WikiLeaks
AIB bonuses blocked by Minister for Finance
AIB should have contested bonuses case, says Harney
Future bankers' bonuses to be hit with 90 per cent tax
July 2010: Brian Lenihan calls end to "mad bonuses". Dec 2010: AIB bankers get €40m bonus.
Budget 2011: Alcohol and cigarette levies would send trade away - Lenihan
Budget 2011: What the world's press thinks
Budget 2011: the war of words
Budget 2011 a "puppet Budget from puppet government" - opposition
Budget 2011 brings over 300,000 back into the tax net
Lenihan delivers most austere Budget in Ireland's history
First Budget 2011 cutback: Is Brian Lenihan wearing last year's tie?
Poll: What colour tie will Brian Lenihan wear for his budget speech?
Presenting's exclusive Budget Bingo
Brian Lenihan voted worst finance minister in Europe
Lenihan's condition has not worsened but remains
Government promises aggressive taxes under EU-IMF bailout agreement
Cowen insists €85bn bailout agreement is "best possible deal"
Govt chief whip says bailout deal has to be approved in Brussels
EU/IMF push for bondholders to share Ireland's bailout burden
Brian Lenihan: Europe hasn't forced us into anything