Scallon also had public disagreements at the time with the Catholic hierarchy (notably with Cardinal Desmond Connell), the latter wishing instead to negotiate a consensus solution.[clarification needed]
In 2009, Scallon became a judge on The All Ireland Talent Show, and in the summer of 2010 she participated in the Best of British Variety tour. She was a contestant in the fourth series of the reality television programme, Celebrity Bainisteoir, in 2011, but was forced to withdraw by RTÉ when she announced she would run for the Irish presidency again.
On 19 September 2011, at the Fitzwilliam Hotel on St Stephen's Green, Scallon announced she would be seeking a nomination to enter the following month's Irish presidential election. Carlow County Council was the first to nominate her. She was then nominated by other county councils thus becoming a candidate. There were seven candidates in total, five men and two women.
Speaking on Newstalk's The Right Hook programme on 5 October 2011, Scallon said: "I am not anti Europe. I have always said that Europe, the concept of Europe is good. We want to be in Europe."
It was revealed on 7 October 2011 that Scallon had dual US and Irish citizenship, but she denied hiding this from the public, saying that her US citizenship, which involved her taking an oath renouncing allegiance to Ireland, was not an issue then or now and she had no reason to hide it.
During a debate on Prime Time (RTÉ) on 12 October, Scallon read out a prepared statement towards the end of the debate, announcing that a "malicious" and "false" accusation had been made against her and her family in the United States and, while refusing to divulge any details, she said she would leave "no stone unturned" in her mission to track down the person or organisation responsible. The incident was described as "bizarre" by some media. It later transpired that the statement referred to her brother, John Brown, who had been accused in 2008, in the course of litigation in the US among family members, of having sexually abused his niece. He denied the allegation. Brown was arrested by London police in June 2012, following a complaint against him made in October 2011. In May 2013, he was charged with three counts of indecent assault on two girls aged under 16. John Brown was found not guilty and unanimously cleared on all charges on 25 July 2014. Marian Finnucan of RTÉ said he was falsely accused John Brown has since taken legal action against his accusers and a journalist and newspaper. John Brown has since won successful libel and defamation actions against a number of newspapers including the Irish Independent and Sunday World newspapers who published false and defamatory stories.
2. In respect of:(a) each of Seasons 2009/10 to 2012/13 inclusive, the Premier League Rules applicable in those Seasons requiring a member club to include full details of manager remuneration in its relevant contracts with its manager, namely:(1) for Seasons 2009/10 to 2011/12 inclusive, Premier League Rules Q.7 and Q.8; and(2) for Season 2012/13, Premier League Rules P.7 and P.8; and(b) each of Seasons 2010/11 to 2015/16 inclusive, the Premier League Rules applicable in those Seasons requiring a member club to include full details of player remuneration in its relevant contracts with its players, namely:(1) for Seasons 2010/11 and 2011/12, Premier League Rules K.12 and K.20;(2) for Season 2012/13, Premier League Rules T.12 and T.20;(3) for Seasons 2013/14 and 2014/15, Premier League Rules T.12 and T.19; and(4) for Season 2015/16, Premier League Rules T.13 and T.20.
Usher Concert Ticket CompetitionWednesday 13th October 2010 on 95.8 Capital FM, Daytime RulesThe following rules (Rules) together with Global Radios ("Global Radio") general and competition terms and conditions (the Terms and Conditions) which can be found at -958-terms-and-conditions/ apply to the Usher tickets radio competition ("the Competition") which is running on 13th October 2010. The "Radio Station" is 95.8 Capital FM.Anyone who enters the Competition (an Entrant) will be deemed to have understood these Rules along with the Terms and Conditions and will be bound by them. The Terms and Conditions are available on request from the Radio Station.1) Details of the Competition1.1 To enter the Competition an Entrant must Send a text message with the word Usher to 83958 (the Text Message Line). Text messages will be charged at standard network rates. The opening and closing times of the Text Message Line will be given out on air.1.2 A winner will be selected at random1.3 All entrants may be required to talk to the presenter/s and a call will be recorded with the presenter/s and played on-air. If entrants fail to answer their phone or if any fault occurs immediately prior to or during these calls and it is not possible to re-establish contact with the caller, another contestant will be selected at random.2) Eligibility2.1.Winners will need to be aged 16 or over. Proof of age will be required. 3) Prize3.1 The prize is a pair of tickets to see Usher LIVE at the O2 Arena in February 2011 - the time and date will confirmed at the Radio Stations discretion Entrants must also comply with the full Station Terms & Conditions here
Sydney on 95.8 Capital FMOctober 2010RULES 1. The following rules (Rules) together with Global Radios ("Global Radio") general and competition terms and conditions (the Terms and Conditions) (which can be found at www.capitalfm.com) apply to Sydney radio competition ("the Competition") which will run from 04.10.10 to 08.10.10 (the Duration). The "Radio Station" is 95.8 Capital FM.2. Anyone who enters the Competition (an Entrant) will be deemed to have understood these Rules along with the Terms and Conditions and will be bound by them. The Terms and Conditions are available on request from the Radio Station. Details of the Competition:3. To enter the Competition an Entrant must register online at capitalfm.com. Each day at 8am, contestants will be chosen at random from all entrants to date. Once selected to play, entrants will be ineligible to play in future executions.4. On the first day of contesting two listeners will be chosen at random each morning and taken to air. Every consecutive day, just one new contestant will be taken to air. On day one a coin will be tossed to decide who goes first. They will then face 60 seconds worth of quick fire questions. Whenever a contestant gets a question correct they will keep control of the game and be asked another question, this will continue until they get one wrong or hesitate too long. At this time control will swap to the other contestant. Whoever is in control of the game at the end of 60 is the daily winner. They will come back the next day to defend their title. The person left in control at the end of the week wins the Sydney New Year Prize.5. Contestants must be available on their provided contact number between 8am and 9am every consecutive day of the competition in the event that they are the daily champion and need to play again the next day. 6. All entrants will be required to talk to the presenter/s and a call will be recorded with the presenter/s and played on-air. If entrants fail to answer their phone or if any fault occurs immediately prior to or during these calls and it is not possible to re-establish contact with the caller, another contestant will be selected at random. Eligibility: To enter the competition you must be:UK resident18 years old or over at the time of entryAble to travel on the dates specifiedWinners and all accompanying persons should hold a valid passport that expires no earlier than (six months from return date), and should be eligible to travel to and stay in Sydney.Prize:Prize is non-transferable and can not be redeemed for cash. The complete prize package must be redeemed at the one time. Prize package is only available on specified datesWinners are responsible for obtaining all visas, permissions and any other documentation required for entering and staying in Australia, and that the Radio Station are not liable for any costs associated with obtaining any such visas, permissions or documentation. · Inclusive travel dates (27th December to 6th January, 2011)· Four return economy class tickets on Ehihad on 27th December, 2010 from London Heathrow to Sydney for four people. Return flights from Sydney to London Heathrow 6th January, 2011. Flights are valid only for these dates.Six night's accommodation at The Sydney Marriott Hotel in two by Twin or Double rooms (IN: 29 Dec 2010 Out: 04 Jan 2011). Room only accommodation provided. Accommodation is valid only for these dates. Check in 3pm, check out 11am.
Two nights at Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa in two by Twin or Double Rooms (In: 04 Jan 2011 Out 06 Jan 2001). Breakfast, lunch and dinner meals included at Wolgan Valley Resort. Accommodation is valid only for these dates. Check in 3pm, check out 11am.
· All personal incidentals are at own expense · Transfers for four people including:· Sydney Airport to The Sydney Marriott Hotel· The Sydney Marriott Hotel to Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa· Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa to Sydney Airport· Four tickets to New Years Eve party at the Sydney Opera House on 31 Jan 2010· Four Gold Tickets to the Sydney Cricket Test on 2 January 2011· Four spa treatments at Chi The Spa, Shangri-La Hotel Sydney. Spa treatment on offer will be specified by the Chi The Spa in advance.· Four three-day multipass on Sydneys public transport system· The equivalent of GBP400 in total (GBP100 per person x 4) in dining vouchers with Best Restaurants.· A two- hour surfing lesson with Layne Beachley at Manly including surf board hire on January 3rd (time to be confirmed).Flights are subject to availability of the authorised class and booking category.The winner and his/her travel companions must travel together on the same flights on all sectors.An upgrade cannot be purchased on these tickets with cash or Frequent Flyer points.Frequent Flyer points cannot be accrued on these tickets.The prize does not include anything not listed above including but not limited to: travel insurance, passports, visas, meals, taxes not included in the price of the ticket, ground transportation or any other costs of a personal nature not stated. Compliance with any health or other government requirements is the responsibility of the winner and his/her travel companion. Prize travel is subject to General Conditions of Carriage.The winner is responsible for obtaining all necessary travel documents (eg passport, visa) and complying with all health or other government regulations.The certificate is non-refundable, non-transferable and not redeemable for cash or other goods or services.Tourism New South Wales (or Industry and Investment as it is known in the UK) and all operators listed above, accept no responsibility for any loss, damages, or injury incurred in connection with taking up the prize and the winner does so at their own risk. Tourism NSW is not the provider of the prizes and is not liable for any injury, loss or damage suffered by any person in connection with this competition or prizes.Employees of the Tourism NSW and their immediate families and the employees of the Promoters related entities, retailers and suppliers associated with this promotion are ineligible to enter. The prize winners expressly agree to be legally bound by the Terms and Conditions. Any breach of these Terms and Conditions by the entrant will result in automatic disqualification of the entrant from the competition 2b1af7f3a8