Thursday September 24, 2020

Letters to the Editor

We welcome exclusive letters addressed to:The Letters Editor,The Sunday Business Post, 80 Harcourt Street,Dublin 2 or faxed to 01-6796496; e-mail:l [email protected]

18th July, 2009

Ordinary people pay the price

In the article entitled ‘‘Clock ticking on rising debt’’ (Money & Markets, 12/7/09) about a statement made by the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank on public service reform, Kathleen Barrington said:’ ‘It will be a long time before the public forgets the former Anglo Irish executive lecturing them on public service reform after the government stepped in to guarantee his bank.”

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