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April 2017

Kenny, Fitzgerald protecting sexually abusive #Spycops in Ireland.

By: 
Soundmigration

Today, four women deceived into relationships with undercover police in the UK [1,2] have written to the Irish Prime minister, Minister for Justice and Equality, and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade.

Their letters [3] ask why they were targeted in Ireland for abusive relationships by UK undercover officers, and demand a full Inquiry into the activity of UK undercover officers in Ireland.

Posted Date: 
25 April 2017

#Spycops Press release: Women write to Irish Government:

By: 
policespiesoutoflives.org.uk

Full investigation needed on undercover policing in Ireland

Mark kennedy in Ireland

Posted Date: 
25 April 2017

Ministers kept in the dark over British spy

By: 
Ellen Coyne - The Times

A secret report on a British police spy has revealed that the former garda commissioner refused to deny that he gave permission for an undercover UK officer to work in Ireland.

Martin Callinan defended “confidential” arrangements that the gardaí could have with British police that would allow undercover agents to spy in the Republic without the Irish government being informed.

Posted Date: 
14 April 2017

Call for oil and gas tax terms to be reviewed

By: 
Geoff Percival - Irish Examiner

[Shell to Sea]  The oil industry want to go back to good old days of the Ray Burke & Bertie when the Corrib deal was struck so that no tax is paid

The main representative body for Irish exploration firms has suggested the Government should review its fiscal and taxation terms for oil and gas finds within the next 12 months.

 

Posted Date: 
14 April 2017