Sunday November 29, 2020

Kenny waits as Ahern falters

Bertie Ahern's government continued to bleed last week as further revelations about the nature and extent of its spending on IT and management consultants emerged in the Dáil and through the media.

15th October, 2005

Bertie Ahern's government continued to bleed last week as further revelations about the nature and extent of its spending on IT and management consultants emerged in the Dáil and through the media.

Opposition charges of waste and failure to take responsibility were accompanied by stories - fresh and recycled - which showed that, while the PPARS debacle in the Department of Health may have been the most spectacular instance of spending on consultants...

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