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Bad debts could turn out good

With the proper running of NAMA, we could get planning right

11th April, 2009

Those familiar with George Orwell’s classic,1984, no doubt recognised doublespeak when they heard it last week in Dáil Eireann. In 1984, the official language of the state described things as being precisely the opposite of what they actually were. In Ireland, the Cowen administration is at the same thing. Have they no shame?

Last week, in true Orwellian style, fearing the catastrophic collapse of our balance sheet due to the liabilities of...

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