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Stormont attack over sale of €1.6bn Nama loan book

7th June, 2015

A member of the Stormont assembly has gone on the offensive after questions he placed for written answer on the sale of Nama’s loan book to Cerberus went unanswered for almost nine months.

Jim Allister, the Traditional Unionist Voice leader and MLA for North Antrim, put two questions relating to the Cerberus deal on the record in Stormont at the end of September 2014.

Allister is seeking details of the consultation which took place...

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