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# Moriarty

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For three years, ministers have repeatedly given the EXACT same answer to Moriarty questions
Questions about the garda investigation into the tribunal’s findings have not disclosed much information since 2012.
Irish star just bigged up the Yes campaign at a huge London Sherlock convention
What a combination of things.
People are very excited about Irish Sherlock actor as the new Bond villain
Honey, you should see him in a crown.
BBC One is dropping cryptic hints about Sherlock on Twitter
Spoilers for the last season all up in here.
Cumberbatch's Sesame Street meeting opens with a big fat Sherlock spoiler
Miss me?
Haughey family behind website to provide 'factual information' about Charlie's career
But no mentions of the Arms Crisis, phone tapping, Ben Dunne or the Tribunals…
Michael Lowry: Revenue’s search of my home was a fruitless exercise
The Tipperary North TD has accused officials from the tax authority of leaking details of the raid on his home on Tuesday.
Martin wants Moriarty reopened, Taoiseach says Tribunal's work is finished
The Fianna Fáil leader wants a specific module of the tribunal reopened in light of new allegations concerning a previously undisclosed payment made by independent TD Michael Lowry to the land agent Kevin Phelan.
Column: 'The press is becoming the battleground for thought control'
Nobody is investing in newspapers for profit any more, writes Michael McDowell. Instead, it’s driven by political and editorial control and influence.
Shatter will not say whether or not he met Lowry after Moriarty findings
The Justice Minister has failed to respond to repeated questions about whether or not he met with independent TD Michael Lowry following the publication of the Moriarty Tribunal report.
Michael Lowry hits out at media 'baying for his blood'
The deputy said he had been victimised by the “self-appointed beacons of virtue” over his meetings with ministers.
Fine Gael ministers defend meeting with Michael Lowry
Both the Minister for Health and Minister for Finance have defended meeting with Lowry after damning finding were made about him in the Moriarty Tribunal report.
Here's what happened at the meeting between Phil Hogan and Michael Lowry
The Minister for the Environment has released the minutes of the meeting he held with Michael Lowry just days after the publication of the Moriarty Tribunal report.
Hogan accused of double standards over Lowry meeting
The Environment Minister met Michael Lowry days after the TD was censured by the Moriarty Tribunal.
Garda Commissioner confirms DPP meeting over Moriarty
Martin Callinan says that it is “right and prudent” for him to meet with DPP before launching any criminal investigation into issues raised by the Moriarty Tribunal.
Government: no decision yet on whether Denis O'Brien gets invite to forum
Lucinda Creighton TD had said today that Denis O’Brien should not be invited to the Global Irish Economic Forum due to the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.
Taoiseach's appearance with O'Brien on NYSE 'shouldn't have happened' - Martin
Micheál Martin said that all political parties had to “dramatically change our approach to how we fund politics” at a press conference today.
Today FM's Smyth changes topic during discussion about his own sacking
The journalist and broadcaster has reportedly been let go by Today FM, with his last show due to air in November.
Fianna Fáil to attempt constitutional ban on corporate donations to political parties
Micheál Martin has claimed that the government has missed its deadline to act on the recommendations of the Moriarty report in relation to corporate donations.
Government has "no arrangements" for Michael Lowry's support, Kenny says
The 9 at 9: Monday
Nine things you need to know by 9am: Gaddafi agrees to a ceasefire in Libya, Fianna Fáil propose reform to political donations, and how coffee addiction could be genetic…
FF seek cross-party support for donations bill
Fianna Fáil is seeking cross-party support for a new political donations bill, which would implement key recommendations of the Moriarty Tribunal, cut donation limits and introduce an effective ban on corporate donations.
Bruton: No proof that Lowry influenced awarding of Esat licence
The former Taoiseach John Bruton did say that Lowry’s contact with people involved in bidding process was “deplorable.”
The Daily Fix: Thursday’s round-up of the evening’s top stories – and the interesting tidbits of a busy day in news.
Michael Lowry refuses to resign after official request
Motion of censure passed against Lowry who says not a day has passed in 14 years where he has not been “abused and villified”.
Garda Commissioner says Moriarty review will look for criminal offences
Commissioner Martin Callinan said the garda review of 14-year-long tribunal’s findings should be completed “sooner rather than later”.
Lowry to face censure motion today over Moriarty tribunal findings
The move comes following agreement by all four major parties in the Dáil.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday’s round-up of the evening’s top stories – and the interesting tidbits of the day.
In full: Micheal Lowry's Dáil statement on his property dealings
The full prepared speech of Michael Lowry, where the Moriarty Tribunal is labelled “a scandal of truly epic proportions”.
Lowry labels Moriarty "a scandal of truly epic proportions"
A furious Michael Lowry slams the findings of the Moriarty Report as a “triumph of innuendo over evidence” in the Dáil.
LIVE: Watch the Dáil discuss the Moriarty Report
Live footage from Leinster House as TDs – including Michael Lowry – have their say on the Moriarty Tribunal’s findings.
Rabbitte pledges ban on lobbying and corporate donations
Minister opens second day of Dáil statements on Moriarty findings, saying government plans to introduce legislation which will keep business and politics at a “healthy” arms length.
Lowry lambastes Moriarty Tribunal as fatally flawed "prosecution show trial"
“I do not accept the contents of this report, and I never will,” says Lowry of the 14-year “slow Chinese torture” Tribunal.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday’s round-up of the evening’s top stories – and the interesting tidbits of the day.
Dáil begins two-day discussion on Moriarty findings
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin says he wants an all-party motion calling on Michael Lowry to resign from the Dáil.