Monday February 17, 2020

Ross, McDonald and McGuinness go strangely silent after ruling

Anyone who believes in due process and fairness should welcome the Supreme Court’s recent decision that the PAC was out of line on Rehab

3rd March, 2019

‘People at the most senior level of Rehab regarded the organisation as something like a personal fiefdom and that they could break rules with impunity.” Mary Lou McDonald said this without a hint of irony or self-awareness when she participated in the 2014 public accounts committee (PAC) inquiry into state funding of the Rehab Group.

The then deputy leader of Sinn Féin summed it up nicely, but could she have replaced the word Rehab...

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