Cowen has lost our trust

If Taoiseach Brian Cowen seriously expects us to believe he has a solution to the economic quagmire we are in, the first thing he and his ministerial colleagues need to do is put their hands up and admit that they are partially responsible for the me

15th November, 2008

If Taoiseach Brian Cowen seriously expects us to believe he has a solution to the economic quagmire we are in, the first thing he and his ministerial colleagues need to do is put their hands up and admit that they are partially responsible for the mess we’re in.

Their continual insistence that ‘‘it didn’t happen on my shift’’ shows a basic lack of integrity and honesty.

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