Tuesday July 7, 2020

Still playing the victim

6th September, 2015

Parallel worlds. Parallel stories. In the world according to Michael Fingleton, he is a wronged man, a forlorn figure erroneously cast aside and blamed by an establishment looking for scapegoats.

In Fingleton’s world, his reputation has been wrongly tarnished, his legacy wrongly destroyed, his life’s work wrongly razed to the ground.

Yet, in an entirely different world, Fingleton presided over a failed institution that cost the taxpayer €5.4 billion through a...

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