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In pictures: celebrity, business and politics meet at Dublin Castle

The great and the good have descended on the Global Irish Economic Forum in the capital today.

Gabriel Byrne and comedian Dara Ó Briain at the forum today.
Gabriel Byrne and comedian Dara Ó Briain at the forum today.

CELEBRITIES, BUSINESS MEN and women, and politicians have been converging on Dublin Castle today, taking part in the second annual Global Irish Economic Forum.

The event has been set up to seek ideas from Ireland’s global diaspora about how to stimulate economic growth in Ireland and has already heard today from An Taoiseach and An Tánaiste.

Over 250 people based in 40 different countries are attending the forum which will be addressed by former US president Bill Clinton tomorrow.

Here’s a few pictures of those who have been in attendance today:

In pictures: celebrity, business and politics meet at Dublin Castle
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All photos: Press Association and Photocall Ireland

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