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#Minister Of Defence

# minister-of-defence - Monday 24 September, 2018

New Zealand the benchmark but England can win World Cup - Mitchell

England’s new defence coach believes they are good enough to win next year’s tournament in Japan.

# minister-of-defence - Wednesday 8 August, 2018

Long-term Gatland assistant Edwards will return to rugby league after World Cup

Wigan Warriors have announced that Edwards will take up a head coach role from 2020.

# minister-of-defence - Sunday 7 August, 2016

Gabriel injury could force Arsene Wenger to make a move in the transfer market

The Arsenal manager has seen his injury crisis worsen in the Gunners’ pre-season win over Man City.

# minister-of-defence - Saturday 17 May, 2014

From TheJournal.ie "Pride and anticipation" as LÉ Samuel Beckett vessel commissoned Naming Ceremony

"Pride and anticipation" as LÉ Samuel Beckett vessel commissoned

Beckett’s niece, Caroline Murphy, carried out the naming ceremony.

# minister-of-defence - 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.