Wednesday April 1, 2020

Passing the buck just won’t work, Taoiseach

29th November, 2015

The buck should always stop somewhere. In the case of the Commission of Investigation into IBRC, there are rather a lot of bucks. Nineteen hundred million of them in the 38 IBRC deals that resulted in losses of €10 million or more alone.

Last week the Taoiseach Enda Kenny yet again refused to accept the buck for the massive commission he has ordered into the bank, despite zero evidence of any wrongdoing.

He is wrong to...

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