What about the politicians?

The banking inquiry must also look at policy decisions made by successive governments

21st December, 2014
Elaine Byrne

The first reference to “banking inquiry” in the Dáil was during the debate establishing the National Assets Managemement Agencey (Nama), way back in September 2009. Billy Timmins, still in Fine Gael before his Reform Alliance adventure, was in full flow until the Ceann Comhairle, John O’Donoghue, cut his time. The Dublin Bikes scheme had just launched, the Nice Treaty II referendum campaign was in top gear, and Thierry Henry was about to do that awful...

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