Clear focus needed for banking inquiry

Will a bank inquiry finally get to the bottom of what happened on the fateful night of September 29, 2008?

18th May, 2013

Will a bank inquiry finally get to the bottom of what happened on the fateful night of September 29, 2008? Or will it be a political point-scoring exercise, dredging over the ground of what we effectively knew already? The truth may be somewhere between the two extremes - but we should have an Oireachtas inquiry nonetheless, even if all it achieves is to get those centrally involved to give an account of what happened and...

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