No relief from selfish banks for middle-class predicament

Forget about strategic defaulters - people just can't afford to pay, writes Conall Ó Móráin.

10th August, 2013
Conall Ó Móráin: `Where is there any sign of the banks having any genuine public engagement?'

What must it have been like to have hundreds of tons of bombs rain down on you from pitch darkness, night after night, never knowing if you, your family or the people that you love were next to be blown to bits? That's what Londoners, and the populations of other cities including Belfast, suffered for 57 consecutive nights during the German blitz of 1940.

More than a million London houses were destroyed or damaged and 40,000 civilians...

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