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Haughey

Charles James. born 1925, Irish politician; leader of the Fianna Fáil party; prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1979--81; 1982; 1987--92)
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One employee who has put in the hours over the years revealed the strange anecdote concerning Mr Haughey, the former Fianna Fail leader and infamous political char-Haughey acter.
The court was told Haughey arranged via Facebook for the schoolboy to come to her house in Crosshill, Glasgow, for sex in June last year.
Haughey said : "The next step is to present to investor .
The CJ Haughey website lists a series of big money deals, including a pounds 2 million contract to complete the groundworks for Calthorpe House - an environmentally-friendly office block in Birmingham.
However, Haughey fails to acknowledge that the "catholicity" (in the sense of wholeness) of a "Catholic" (in the ecclesial sense) university emanates from and is oriented to the universality of salvation wrought by Jesus as the one mediator.
Haughey first visited Iraq in the mid-Seventies while he was Minister for Health, because an Aer Lingus subsidiary had taken over running a hospital in Baghdad.
that volunteer endeavors have made him a more complete person and a more complete attorney," Koch said, while introducing Haughey as the new president of YLD at The Florida Bar Annual Convention's General Assembly June 26.
Haughey agreed, adding that nonresidential construction spending will hit bottom in the winter of 2010.
But confessions to his lawyers implicated Haughey, and scores of Ireland's elite, in a tax evasion scam sparking a groundbreaking trawl through Irish-owned offshore bank accounts hidden in the Cayman Islands.
At the pinnacle of Irish politics from 1979 to 1996, Haughey, who owned Irish Grand National winner Flashing Steel, amassed more than Irpounds 9m (pounds 7.
CHARLIE Haughey spent his final days writing secret notes about his life and times as one of the world's greatest statesmen.
DUBLIN is expected to host one of the largest state funerals in the history of the Irish Republic when former prime minister Charles Haughey is laid to rest this week.