AFFAIRS OF THE NATION

CHARLIE AND BRITISH INTELLIGENCE


Sean Doherty

Sean Doherty


GARY MURPHY’S book Haughey may disappoint some long-standing Phoenix readers as the author barely addresses the Squire’s bruising entanglements with Her Majesty’s spooks. Murphy refers briefly to the book Operation Brogue (1984), which alleged British dirty tricks but was lacking in detail; and a letter from Seán MacBride, which supported the theory about British spooks’... Read more »

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