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Central Bank’s €55k bill takes the biscuit

31st May, 2015
Central Bank

The Central Bank of Ireland has confirmed that it spent €55,000 on biscuits in 2014.

The biscuit bill was part of a €1 million-plus annual spend by the bank on subsidising food, tea, coffee and other refreshments for its 1,250 staff.

The Central Bank said: “Approximately €55,000 was spent in 2014 on biscuits – these are provided at training events, seminars, meetings with external bodies, press conferences / briefings, internal meetings, and staff refreshments.”

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