Mc Ginley and Boyle to take court case on ESAT decision following Moriarty report

A Donegal businessman and his partner who were among the bidders for the state's second mobile phone licence have welcomed the publication of the Moriarty Tribunal report.

Dunfanaghy born Michael Mc Ginley and his partner Tony Boyle, whose company Persona was among the unsuccessful bidders, say they will now seek the justice and fairplay denied them during the process, through the courts.

The tribunal found that Michael Lowry, who was then a Fine Gael minister, provided invaluable information to Dennis O'Brien, whose company ESAT Digiphone was awarded the licence.