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#DPP

# dpp - Thursday 16 December, 2010

Gardaí recommend prosecutions in Anglo investigation

Enda Kenny says that gardaí recommend under half a dozen people should be prosecuted after investigation into financial misdealings.

# dpp - Tuesday 14 December, 2010

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Nine things you really need to know by 9am: While the AIB promises not to pay out €40m in bonuses to senior staff, the trader who took them to court over his 2008 deferred bonus will still get his, the DPP’s office is struggling to cope with the huge increase in crime, and search that attic: a chair by Irish designer Eileen Gray is due to fetch millions at an auction tonight.

DPP's office 'struggling to cope' with increased workload DPP

DPP's office 'struggling to cope' with increased workload

The rise in crime rates has left James Hamilton and his staff stretched to limits, his annual report says.

# dpp - Sunday 12 December, 2010

DPP set to receive major file on Anglo chiefs

Gardaí are finalising the first major file to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions on the management of Anglo.

# dpp - Tuesday 9 November, 2010

Take 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Anglo investigation files almost ready to be sent to DPP

Commercial Court hears that criminal investigation into Anglo Irish Bank should be finished by early next year.

# dpp - Friday 22 October, 2010

Jim Kennedy facing 16 corruption charges

Businessman appeared in court in Dublin this evening.

# dpp - Tuesday 20 July, 2010

WILLIE O’DEA CLAIMS he paid more than was necessary in a payout to Sinn Féin’s Maurice Quinlivan. Mr Quinlivan had taken a libel action against the then-Minister of Defence, but they reached a settlement after Mr O’Dea apologised for making false and defamatory statements against him. The comments were made in an interview with a Limerick newspaper in March 2009.

Mr O’Dea told the Limerick Leader that it had been a difficult six months for him, and that he had paid “over and above what the actual libel was worth, according to legal advice – multiples of what the libel was worth.”

Last week, the DPP said it would not prosecute Mr O’Dea for falsely claiming Mr Quinlivan was connected with a brothel. In Feburary, Mr O’Dea was forced to resign his cabinet position over the incident.

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