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Banking inquiry? More like ‘blanking inquiry’

31st January, 2016
Chairman of the Banking Inquiry Ciaran Lynch with its final report published on Friday. Picture: Rollingnews

Meh, what a week. So, who really murdered the Celtic Tiger? Predictably, the Oireachtas committee’s final report on the most catastrophic economic crisis in Irish living memory fingered no one in particular and blanket bombed everyone at the same time. Banking inquiry? More like ‘blanking inquiry’.

And here’s the thing that everyone knew from the start. It was always going to shoot blanks. It moves me to quote myself from this...

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