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Finance Minister Michael Noonan believed Siteserv inquiry was covered by legislation

Noonan said he only found out about the Siteserv fiasco on Thursday

9th November, 2015
Noonan believed inquiry was covered Pic: RollingNews.ie

Finance minister Michael Noonan has revealed he only knew about the problems with the Siteserv investigation last Thursday.

Noonan was speaking after The Sunday Business Post exclusively revealed that the inquiry now stands on the verge of collapse following a damning interim report by the judge who is leading the probe.

While on his way into a eurogroup meeting of finance ministers in Brussels, Noonan said he had expected the inquiry would have been covered...

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