Risk of disgrace to the nation is still out there
The very integrity of the State is at stake as the groundbreaking mobile licence dispute moves on, writes Elaine Byrne
'THIS case is absolutely uni-que, without pre-cedent or parallel in the 90-year history of the State. . . There has never been anything like it."
Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman went on to say that if the corruption alleged by the two unsuccessful bidders for the State's second mobile phone licence in 1996 were proven, "it would disgrace the nation and the State".