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# 1983 State Papers

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Haughey government decided ministers should get a safe and shredder in their homes
Indira Gandhi sent greetings from the sky to 'friendly people' of Ireland
The ‘Free Nicky Kelly’ fliers found in New York’s subway in 1983
Paisley wanted NI families visiting prisoners in Republic to be paid for
Govt nervous about British nuclear plans and wanted cover ‘if anything went wrong’
Government wanted to play down its involvement in Kissinger visit
Bishops given copy of Attorney General's advice ahead of 1983 referendum
How's your memory? Do you recall how much a round of drinks was in 1983?
Maze prisoners badly treated by 'out of control' officers after IRA escape
RTÉ refused an exemption on Sinn Féin broadcast ban
Ex-senior garda advised Taoiseach not to appoint an 'outsider' as commissioner
George H.W. Bush wanted to have a 'word in Thatcher's ear'
TDs worried about impact Dáil TV and radio broadcasts would have on their dignity
History lesson: What happened during the 1983 abortion referendum?
The Attorney General's advice NOT to introduce 'pro-life' constitutional amendment
'Ireland's Watergate': How the phone tapping scandal would lead to Haughey's downfall... eventually