Sunday September 27, 2020

Letters to the Editor

13th December, 2015

This week’s exposé of councillors willing to facilitate planning decisions for some ‘filthy-lucre’, while of course very disturbing, is in no way surprising at this stage. It’s all been going on for a long time.

Not only that, but such tendencies are pervasive across so many strands of the Irish national ‘business’ psyche, including the professional services industry, so-called ‘voluntary agencies’ (with their camouflage ‘not-for-profit’ label) and, of...

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