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# Inquiry

Last week
21st May 2023 - 3rd June 2023
# Courts
Bill Kenneally given a four-and-a-half year sentence for indecently assaulting five boys
He has 10 previous convictions for indecent assault and is currently serving a sentence of 14 years and two months.
This year
# Partygate probe
Partygate: Johnson admits to misleading House of Commons 'in good faith'
The former Tory Prime Minister will appear before a cross-party panel tomorrow.
# Abuse
Inquiry launched into sexual abuse at schools run by religious orders
The Education Minister said that the inquiry would be survivor-led.
# Inquiry
Consultant found guilty of professional misconduct in case of woman who died after giving birth
The doctor admitted a charge of professional misconduct over his failure to attend the patient in a sufficiently timely manner.
# Inquiry
Pep Guardiola 'convinced' of Man City's innocence over alleged rule breaches
Guardiola has insisted that he has no intention of quitting his job in the midst of the allegations.
# Inquiry
Three men arrested over alleged homophobic chanting at Liverpool v Chelsea game
Two arrests took place outside the stadium on Anfield Road with the other inside the arena itself.
Last year
# Inquiry
Manchester Arena bombing survivors ‘felt they were left to die by emergency services’
22 people were killed in a suicide attack at the end of an Ariana Grande concert on 22 May 2017.
# Inquiry
British soldier died after being mistaken for firing target by short-sighted colleague
Sergeant Gavin Hillier (35) died at the Castlemartin range in Pembrokeshire on 4 March 2021.
# St Patrick's Guild
'It's an insult': €3,000 payment for people who were illegally adopted criticised
The payments will only apply to people whose illegal adoptions were facilitated by St Patrick’s Guild.
# dawn sturgess
Novichok poisoning public inquiry delayed amid heightened Russian tensions
Dawn Sturgess died in 2018 after being inadvertently exposed to the nerve agent on a discarded perfume bottle.
# Medical Council
Cork GP advertised herself as gynaecologist without any authorisation, inquiry hears
The hearing was adjourned and resumes tomorroow.
# Covid-19
'Old age matters': TD calls for public inquiry into nursing home deaths during Covid
Many people who died in nursing homes were not properly looked after, TD Fergus O’Dowd told the Dáil.
# Nusrat Ghani
Johnson orders inquiry into MP's claim of Islamophobia in ministerial sacking
Downing Street confirmed the Cabinet Office has been asked to “establish the facts”.
All time
# Grenfell Tower Fire
Grenfell fire consequence of ‘unbridled passion for deregulation’, inquiry told
Ahead of today’s hearing survivors said the “the spotlight will finally fall on the Government” in this part of the inquiry.
# Redress
'Groundbreaking': Survivors welcome inquiry into Mother and Baby Homes in Northern Ireland
The NI Executive is accepting all the recommendations made by an expert panel last month.
# Inquiry
Michelle O’Neill to push for public inquiry into mother and baby homes
An expert panel has recommended an ‘integrated investigation’ by a non-statutory independent panel, feeding into a statutory public inquiry.
# Inquiry
Priti Patel announces inquiry into ‘systematic failures’ after Sarah Everard murder
Priti Patel was speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester.
# New York
Taoiseach says 'evaluation' into State's handling of pandemic will be carried out early next year
The Taoiseach says he believes there will be a ‘challenging winter’.
# Terror Attack
Inquest jury finds 2020 London knife attack could potentially have been prevented
It said Sudesh Amman, who was shot dead by armed police, could have been recalled to prison prior to his attack.
# Daphne Galizia
Inquiry into Malta journalist’s death blames state which 'created an atmosphere of impunity'
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family had sought the inquiry into the 2017 car bombing near the family home in Malta.
# Omagh
Judge to deliver ruling on public inquiry into Omagh bombing
In 2013, campaigners launched legal action in an attempt to force an inquiry into the bombing.
# Inquiry
Boris Johnson says he doesn't 'think there's anything to see here' amid flat refurbishment probe
The Electoral Commission will investigate Johnson’s flat renovations.
# findings
Report into Northern Ireland's mother and baby homes to be published today
Stormont’s leaders are facing calls to establish a public inquiry into the institutions.
# grenfell fire
Grenfell insulation firm Kingspan used PR agency to lobby MPs weeks after deadly fire
Kingspan was founded in 1965 in Co Cavan.
# Pat Finucane
British government will not order public inquiry into 1989 murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane
Finucane was shot by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his family in Belfast in 1989.
# sodium valproate
Donnelly commits to inquiry into anti-epilepsy drug linked to birth defects
Valproate-containing medicines can cause birth defects and developmental disorders.
# Inquiry
Special committee on Covid response recommends inquiry into nursing home deaths
The committee has been looking at how Ireland responded to the pandemic.
# the maldives
Ian Paisley apologises after failing to register luxury holiday
Standards commissioner Kathryn Stone said a corporate body rather than a personal friend of the Democratic Unionist had absorbed the cost.
# Inquiry
Cash for ash: No corruption but much criticism of RHI scheme as report published
DUP leader Arlene Foster said she welcomed the findings of the report.
# Inquiry
Placido Domingo says he is 'truly sorry' after investigation finds multiple harassment complaints from women
The investigation was carried out by the US union representing opera performers.
# Inquiry
Long queues into Croke Park for Dublin v Kerry due to 'very late arrival of supporters'
The GAA have issued a statement following the Division 1 game at the weekend.
# Attendance
Coveney agrees Dara Murphy should present himself for investigation over his expenses
Coveney says he has not spoken to Dara Murphy.
# Investigation
Standards watchdog Sipo says it can't deal with Dara Murphy complaints as he 'has ceased to be a TD'
Leo Varadkar told the Dáil today that Sipo could investigate former members.
# Child Abuse
Chair of child abuse inquiry reports "seriously erroneous" figure in commission report
Mr Justice Ryan said the claim that 170,000 were admitted to institutional school is, in fact, closer to 42,000.
# Dublin
Birmingham pub bombings families call for Irish government to back public inquiry
Relatives are in Dublin asking the government to support their efforts.
Councillor faces significant legal bill following failed attempt to stop ethics inquiry
Councillor McElvaney was one of the subjects of an RTÉ Investigates programme in 2015.
# Inquiry
Rio Ferdinand says he's spoken to Man United about sporting director role
Manchester United great Rio Ferdinand is interested in the club’s sporting director position but insists he will not lose sleep if snubbed.
# Inquiry
Family of murdered woman Clodagh Hawe to meet Garda Commissioner
Clodagh’s family met with Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan today.
# Pat Finucane
Supreme Court rules that there has been no valid inquiry into Pat Finucane's killing
Pat Finucane was murdered in front of his three children and wife in February 1989.
# clodagh hawe
'There are so many questions': Family of murdered Clodagh Hawe call for more answers
Clodagh’s mother Mary Coll and sister Jacqueline Connolly last night spoke on Claire Byrne Live.