According to Labour TD Derek Nolan, the chair of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) John McGuinness is not impartial enough to lead a banking inquiry. Nolan is the first Labour deputy to state no confidence in McGuinness to head up a banking inquiry after the PAC chair insisted that there were "powerful forces" in the civil service and government conspiring against him.
Nolan still believes the PAC should hold the forthcoming banking inquiry, but believes...
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