Thursday February 20, 2020

Nama: Wallace: 'I’ll lift more Nama lids'

Project Eagle set for Dáil return

6th March, 2016
Independent TD Mick Wallace has kept his seat in the Dáil – and means to keep Nama on the agenda Picture: Feargal Ward

Independent TD Mick Wallace has vowed to expose more details of Nama’s controversial Northern Irish loan book sale in the Dáil.

The Wexford TD told The Sunday Business Post this weekend: “Do I intend raising further issues in relation to Nama and Project Eagle in the Dáil? I certainly do.”

The controversy over the €1.6 billion sale has rumbled on loudly since last July, when Wallace first...

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