State u-turn on court actions against Anglo

The massive fall out of the liquidation of the former Anglo Irish Bank is poised to intensify, with the government preparing to abandon highly controversial legislation.

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Ian Kehoe

17th February, 2013

The massive fall out of the liquidation of the former Anglo Irish Bank is poised to intensify, with the government preparing to abandon highly controversial legislation halting all legal action against the bank.

Department of Finance officials are this weekend working on changes to the legislation, amid growing concerns about the legality of putting a stay on all legal cases against the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC).

In an exclusive interview with this newspaper, the...

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