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#On the defence

# on-the-defence - Saturday 13 February, 2016

UCD journalist defends report after investigation dismissing 'revenge porn' allegations
# Responding
# Responding

UCD journalist defends report after investigation dismissing 'revenge porn' allegations

Feb 13th 2016, 2:23 PM 25,451 Views 107 Comments

The university stated yesterday evening that the allegations were unsubstantiated.

# on-the-defence - Thursday 7 January, 2016

Suspended Uefa chief Platini throws in the towel in Fifa presidential race
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# On The Defence

Suspended Uefa chief Platini throws in the towel in Fifa presidential race

Jan 7th 2016, 9:30 PM 12,530 Views 17 Comments

The Frenchman has confirmed he is to pull out from the election to become the new head of world football.

# on-the-defence - Sunday 15 March, 2015

'I’m only a simple Kiwi boy' - Gatland has last laugh against Ireland
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# On The Defence

'I’m only a simple Kiwi boy' - Gatland has last laugh against Ireland

Mar 15th 2015, 6:30 AM 10,897 Views 16 Comments

The Wales head coach was understandably satisfied by proceedings at the Millennium Stadium yesterday.

# on-the-defence - Wednesday 25 February, 2015

Joan Burton: I sometimes wonder if TDs criticising JobBridge have ever worked in a job*
# Shots Fired
# Shots Fired

Joan Burton: I sometimes wonder if TDs criticising JobBridge have ever worked in a job*

Feb 25th 2015, 11:00 PM 16,260 Views 120 Comments

* “Apart from politics of course,” the Tánaiste said.

# on-the-defence - Wednesday 7 May, 2014

Leo Varadkar: Mick Wallace broke a much more serious law than Alan Shatter
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# On The Defence

Leo Varadkar: Mick Wallace broke a much more serious law than Alan Shatter

May 7th 2014, 3:00 PM 24,737 Views 139 Comments

The Transport Minister has defended his Cabinet colleague after the Data Protection Commissioner found that he broke the law by revealing information about Wallace on live television.