Friday December 6, 2019

We all need to be honest about the crash

Fianna Fáil have learned lessons from the crash. But Fine Gael and Labour refuse to admit the truth

5th July, 2015

The banking inquiry has been sitting for months now, but public interest in it peaked in the last few days thanks to the hotly anticipated appearances of former finance ministers Charlie McCreevy and Brian Cowen.

The two men came to answer questions about the background to decisions they made during their time at the Department of Finance. Both had very different styles; Charlie McCreevy was never a humble man and that was evident again last...

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