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# Lies

Last year
'They will know the truth in a couple of weeks' - Ronaldo blasts 'lies' regarding his future
Meanwhile, Gary Neville has called on the 37-year-old to speak out about the crisis-hit club.
All time
Veteran IRA member claims Gerry Adams lied when he denied being a member of the organisation
The Louth TD has repeatedly denied accusations that he was a member of the paramilitary organisation.
7 Little Lies Every Irish Person Has Told Their Mam
Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies…
The "five-second rule" is a lie
Eating food off the floor is not safe.
15 little lies every Irish person has told their mam
Sure you’re hurting nobody…
11 Snapchats you would definitely send to your mam
If she joined.
US presidential hopeful 'claimed he was named most honest in class which didn't exist'
Questions are mounting over Ben Carson’s autobiography.
15 lies you tell yourself every day
“Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies…”
Poll: Have you ever told a really big lie that you've later regretted?
Go on, be honest (for a change).
9 things Irish people will never admit to
The deepest, darkest secrets of the Irish mind.
People are sharing the lies they constantly tell their parents
There won’t be any alcohol there.
11 lies every Irish person has told
Go on, admit it.
Boy who claimed to die and visit heaven admits to making whole thing up
Friend of Boston bombing suspect convicted of lying to FBI
Robel Phillipos was convicted of two counts for lying.
Water charges will cost families more than €400 a year - Fianna Fáil
The party has launched a website claiming to give “the real cost of water charges”.
Poll: Have you ever lied on your CV?
The majority of employers say they’ve been lied to by candidates but we want to know if you’ve ever told any porkies to get a job.
11 lies that will definitely be told this Christmas
Bath bombs. Great.
Do you like to tell a fib? Don't worry, it's part of evolution
Trinity College scientists have found that humans’ ability to lie to each other may have evolved because of our cooperative nature.
Column: Gossiping isn't harmless fun – the damage it causes can be irreversible
Even if you pride yourself on your principles, you may well have been an unsuspecting participant in gossip by repeating other people’s options as fact. It’s hard to overstate how damaging rumours can be, writes counsellor Tony Moore.
9 heinous lies you probably tell every day*
*OK, some days. As illustrated by animals.
The lies we all told our parents
You definitely said at least two of these to your parents at some stage.
Fewer than one in ten people trust business and government leaders
Levels of trust in media of 45 per cent and NGOs of 63 per cent both rose by 10 percentage points in 2012.
The 8 all-time biggest Irish lies
We are a nation of liars. Here are the lies we tell.
Employers catch out majority of CV liars - survey
Thinking of telling a small untruth on your CV? A new survey has revealed that 93 per cent of employers reject candidates who lie on their job applications.