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It’s time to admit we made huge mistakes with vulture funds

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Ian Kehoe

13th August, 2017
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Admitting mistakes can be fiendishly difficult. This is especially true if you are a politician, a government or a public body. Most of the establishment believe admitting something (anything) is a sign of weakness. So, they stick to the script, to the speaking points and to the mantra of righteousness. They are right. Everyone else is wrong.

In the dying months of his tenure as finance minister, Michael Noonan was repeatedly questioned about the arrival...

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