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No magic bullet to sort out the IBRC problem, says former chief

Dukes said "it seems basic logic to me that we would be inside the circle of confidentiality"

10th November, 2015
Alan Dukes, former chairman of the IBRC

Former chairman of the IBRC, Alan Dukes, has said he cannot see any magic bullet that will address the problems arising in the IBRC investigation.

In an interview with RTÉ's Morning Ireland, Dukes said "it seems basic logic to me that we would be inside the circle of confidentiality".

"I can't see that any condition of confidentiality is being done any violence too by giving us access to the documents," he said.

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