Protecting families from predatory vulture funds

25th November, 2018
John McGuinness TD

When then Taoiseach Enda Kenny confirmed that it was the government’s policy to ensure that repossession of family homes should only be a last resort, I accepted his bona fides. With the current government, I have my doubts.

Back then, the policy was that banks should deal with distressed borrowers through the insolvency processes, with Mortgage to Rent as a backstop.

Now, the government is sitting back and letting the banks sell off...

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