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Vital crisis papers were not seen by banking inquiry

Vital crisis papers were not seen by banking inquiry

Members said revelations contained in documents would have been central to their work

How a banker on the run was finally brought to heel

How a banker on the run was finally brought to heel

Former Anglo chief reached out to his old clients to help pay legal fees

The day FF’s big beasts came out to play

The day FF’s big beasts came out to play

McCreevy demurred and evaded, while Cowen attacked his inquisitors head on.

Absolute power, absolute accountability

Absolute power, absolute accountability

As minister you can do almost anything, but you are answerable for everything

What Derek Quinlan will tell committee members

What Derek Quinlan will tell committee members

Dealmaker Derek Quinlan will this week give evidence to the banking inquiry. Here we reveal what he will say and the questions he must answer

Let’s hear it for the good-time guys

Let’s hear it for the good-time guys

Last week’s evidence to the banking inquiry proved one thing. Brian Cowen and Charlie McCreevy need to take off their rose-tinted glasses

Did the ECB panic and force the bailout?

Did the ECB panic and force the bailout?

So who was really behind the guarantee?

So who was really behind the guarantee?

What should the banking inquiry ask Cowen?

What should the banking inquiry ask Cowen?

As minister for finance, Brian Cowen oversaw the final years of Ireland’s property bubble and public spending boom from 2004 until 2008.

Ireland 'pushed quite hard' to enter bailout programme

Ireland 'pushed quite hard' to enter bailout programme

The Cardiff files: ‘A fait accompli’

The Cardiff files: ‘A fait accompli’

The night of September 29-30, 2008 is seared in the memories of those present, and imprinted indelibly on the nation’s mind. Jack Horgan-Jones reports.

The Cardiff files: Trichet’s fallacy

The Cardiff files: Trichet’s fallacy

Banking Inquiry week 13: When nobody knew anything

Banking Inquiry week 13: When nobody knew anything

The evidence given by Dermot Gleeson and Brendan McDonagh to the banking inquiry during the week raised more questions than it answered.

Banking inquiry week 10: Money talks – but what does it say?

Banking inquiry week 10: Money talks – but what does it say?

Marc MacSharry: Is there legislation anywhere in the world that in some way holds political parties to account in terms of the manifesto versus programme for government?

Regling: Ireland was a country 'where no one was really in charge'

Regling: Ireland was a country 'where no one was really in charge'