Thursday July 16, 2020

A premium on getting costs down: D'Arcy unmoved by criticism

For two years, junior finance minister Michael D’Arcy has been battling to get to grips with Ireland’s spiralling insurance costs. But how much progress has he made?

23rd June, 2019
Michael D’Arcy: ‘I’m doing my job as quickly as it can be done’

Michael D’Arcy is shouting stop, and he wants you to know it. The Minister of State at the Department of Justice has been struggling manfully to tackle the country’s insurance crisis for the past two years, with varying levels of success.

In truth, he probably feels like he’s been shouting into the void at times: insisting that progress is being made at the same time as more and more businesses are...

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