My name is Ian Kenneth Bailey . I am Anglo Welsh and was born in Manchester on a stormy night in 1957. I entered journalism in the town of Gloucester, England, after leaving the Crypt Grammar School. I trained with a freelance agency before going onto launch my own freelance operation out of Cheltenham where I acted as a correspondent for local, regional and national newspapers, radio and television. I was a special correspondent for a number of Fleet Street titles and an occasional members of the Sunday Times investigative unit Insight. I moved to Ireland from London in 1991 where I continued to write as a freelance news man and also as a poet. In 2007 I went up to University College Cork and came back down to West Cork in 2012 with 3 degrees in law, a BCL(Hons). an LLB and an LLM. In 2017 I published my first collection of poetry – The West Cork Way and I have just published my 2nd collection “A John Wayne State of Mind” 41 poems with biographgical footnoters available from me at 20 Euro or on Amazon as a print book or Kindle. I live in West Cork and at the time of writing this I am expecting to get hit by a hurricane. People can write to me at The Perrin Inn, Glengarriff West Cork or contact me on 107867433@umail.ucc.ie. Anybody who wants to learn more should buy my poetry collections from Amazon Bailey the English Poet, Journalist, Food Guide Expert, Law Expert, and not Forgetting one of Irelands Leading Experts on Cocks, all Shapes and Sizes, Feathered of Course, Wants a Cold Case Review? Bailey a True Legend?

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Independent.ie 

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Sinéad O’Connor joined a sozzled Ian Bailey over lunch to hear what he had to say about Sophie Toscan du Plantier and her killer.

She writes of the bizarre encounter: “He keeps repeating that Sophie’s murderer “is probably dead”. When I put it to him that the killer could be at large still, he finds the idea ridiculous and says there is “no point” looking for any killer now.

“Looking into his eyes, I ask how he can be so sure there’s no point. He rises from his seat and his large frame towers over me. Hands on hips, he announces loudly: “You’d better stand down, lady.” He utters the word “lady” as if it were a term of abuse.”

#SophieToscanduPlantier#IanBailey#SineadOConnor

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