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A Life in pictures: Charles Haughey

Ireland's Health Minister Charles Haughey (right) and fellow Fianna Fail minister Neil Blaney

Charles Haughey (right) became a leading candidate for the job as successor to Irish Prime Minister Jack Lynch in 1979.

Charles Haughey, Prime Minister of the Irish Republic, who arrived in London meeting Margaret Thatcher at 10 Downing Street for talks about Northern Ireland's peace process

Northern Ireland's peace process was the focus of intensive talks with the then British PM Margaret Thatcher.

Brian Keenan arrives at Dublin Airport to be met by (L) Charles Haughey and the then Irish Foreign Minister, Gerry Collins

Mr Haughey was on hand at Dublin Airport in August 1990 to greet Brian Keenan after his release in Beirut.

British Prime Minister John Major during his visit to Dublin for talks with Irish Prime Minister Charles Haughey

John Major was another UK leader to meet Mr Haughey as part of the ongoing Northern Ireland peace process.

1999 - Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev (left) and Irish Prime Minister Charles Haughey at Shannon Airport.

Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev met Mr Haughey in a brief summit meeting during a 1989 stopover at Shannon.

Ex-Taoiseach Charles Haughey leaving the Moriarty Tribunal at Dublin Castle, after the first sitting of the summer break.

Charles Haughey's finances were the focus of the Moriarty Tribunal at Dublin Castle.






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