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# Brian Lenihan

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NAMA reports €6m profit between April and June
Lenihan: Files being prepared for DPP in banks inquiry
Anglo borrowed €8bn as Lenihan announced ‘final’ bailout cost
Government borrowing costs take yet another spike
Your cut-out-and-keep guide to the most powerful man in Ireland
Dáil prepares to debate €15 billion Budget cuts
Former BoI chief: Ireland should become the 51st state
Ireland won't ask EU for budget target extension
European Commission begins investigation into EBS plan
ESRI calling for universal social charge
Defiant Lenihan insists Ireland can avoid bailout
Bailout more welcome than home-grown solution – poll
Exchequer returns in line with projected targets
Sinn Féin tables no confidence motion in Brian Lenihan
The web reaction to 'Chimpgate'
Dept of Finance denies Lenihan jeered in conference call
Billionaire Chelsea owner threatens to sue Irish government
The world reacts to Ireland's Black Thursday
Bank guarantee scheme extended by Dáil
Do we need the IMF? Here's what the world thinks
Lenihan to publish final Anglo bill by Friday
Ireland's economic meltdown: what the world says
"I have the full support of all my colleagues" - Cowen
The Anglo break-up: the questions still to be answered
The Anglo break-up: what the world’s papers say
Anglo’s split: what the internet thought
In full: Brian Lenihan’s statement on future of Anglo Irish Bank
International attitude to Anglo remains cynical
Ireland fails to rebuke claims that it’s completely insolvent
Minister announces budget day 2010
Lenihan: Anglo costs are manageable, but I’ll do what’s best for taxpayers
BoI refused to take over Anglo on same day of guarantee
Exchequer deficit hits €12.1bn in August
Anglo posts €8.2bn first half losses – the biggest in Irish history
"Well, that's my Newsweek subscription cancelled"
Top of the class for Cowen
Economic growth but a harsh budget, Ronan says 'shorry', and a prize bond jackpot
Credit unions next for stress tests
Crown accepts Herbert apology
Legal threat to Irish blogger