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# State Papers

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How much was a round of drinks in 1973?
The things that Haughey was sent in 1982
Falklands War: Irish response to Belgrano sinking drew British anger
1982: Women’s bodies used to sell ‘everything from cars to chocolate bars’
Letter from an Irish housewife to Charlie Haughey
1978: Ireland "laughing stock of progressive world" over divorce and contraceptives
Sinn Féin TD Dessie Ellis rejects allegations of involvement in 50 IRA murders
1982: A year of tragedy for Irish soldiers in the Lebanon
1982: Government was warned of pro-life amendment's clash with ECHR
Fidel Castro visited Ireland in 1982 (and almost met Charles Haughey)
No mention of Patrick Connolly, GUBU in 1982 State Papers
1982: Haughey, America and "The Troubles"
RTÉ admitted 'massive blunder' over BBC arrangement during Falklands conflict
1982: Irish Council of Churches opposed anti-abortion amendment
Haughey's mission against smoking and cigarette advertising
Govt advised to deal with vaccine damage in the same way as thalidomide compensation
30 years ago: Guinness contemplated cutting the Irish connection
30 years ago: Anger at Irish Government over IRA bombings
Haughey intervened over detention of British journalists during Falklands crisis
After Falklands invasion, Thatcher sought Haughey’s ‘urgent help’
1982 State Papers: 30 years on?
World War III? No problem - half a million Irish will fight it
5 things that were bothering Charlie Haughey in 1981
Ireland fought off loss of summer weeks
Gerry Adams questions Bobby Sands hunger strike claim
RTÉ accused of "undermining" Stardust Tribunal in 1981
In pictures: State papers reveal new details about hunger strikes and Stardust
Archives show Bobby Sands "offered to end hunger strike"
State papers: Haughey fretted over leaks from Cabinet meetings
State papers: Opposition proposed 'secret' Bill to grant divorce
State Papers: Government tried to stop Moscow Olympics and Lions athletes
State papers: Arab investors wanted to pay for government expenditure
State Papers: Haughey personally intervened in RTÉ news bulletins