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Banking inquiry on life support as TDs revolt

Crisis meeting attempts to pull Dail probe back from brink

22nd November, 2015
Taoiseach gives evidence at inquiry Pic:

Attempts are under way to bring the banking inquiry back from the brink of collapse, after a crisis meeting yesterday to address major concerns among members over its draft report.

Members were summoned to an emergency meeting to find an interim solution. A shorter report, which will seek to address members’ concerns, will be issued next week, it is understood.

However, some members who were aggrieved by major shortcomings in the draft report expressed...

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