Comment: Leprechaun policies are taking root in personal insolvency
The government has authorised two different sets of professional insolvency advisers, confusing everyone in the process
Leprechauns, who are well known for their sense of mischief, appear to have muddled the government’s approach to advising the thousands of debtors who are in financial distress. Obviously, it is a perfect area for leprechauns to meddle in, as they can never go bankrupt themselves because of their crocks of gold!
Unfortunately, the reach of the leprechaun’s spell goes beyond the production of misleading Central Statistics Office figures, and it appears to...
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