IBRC report has been buried for a reason
A final report appears years away, for certain. What a circus . . .
The Department of the Taoiseach has just published the second interim report of the Commission of Investigation into IBRC.
Mr Justice Brian Cregan completed the report 15 days ago. Yet the Department only released it late on Friday evening. Most people had already clocked out for the Bank Holiday weekend, or were busy with the minor issue of government formation.
A cynic might suspect that this decision was designed to bury the report. Certainly, there is...
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