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Published on Dec 9, 2007
After being asked a number of questions by Ursula Halligan, Senator Eoghan Harris decides he doesn't want to talk about the validity of the Mahon Tribunal's investigations into Bertie Ahern's finances, despite having spent the past week attacking the tribunal on this very point.
For a second or two it seems like Harris is going to walk off set - then he asks if they're going to re-record the interview. When he realises this won't happen he decides to carry on regardless (and while it's not featured here, he also proceeds to re-raise his point on the tribunal numerous times afterwards despite previously complaining that Halligan had spent too much time on it.)