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

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

Inside the 2009 emergency budget

Inside the 2009 emergency budget

Secret cabinet documents reveal that, six years ago, Brian Cowen’s government was desperate for ideas to save money

Banking inquiry week two:  So,why did Brian Cowen overrule his finance minister on the guarantee?

Banking inquiry week two: So,why did Brian Cowen overrule his finance minister on the guarantee?

Last week’s appearance by the Central Bank governor at the banking inquiry saw the first meaningful action take place

Banking inquiry week two : Working in the dark

Banking inquiry week two : Working in the dark

Elaine Byrne Politicisation, restrictions and deadlines are just some of the constraints facing the banking inquiry

Department of Finance resists bank inquiry requests for information

Department of Finance resists bank inquiry requests for information

Banking inquiry should learn lessons from Britain

Banking inquiry should learn lessons from Britain

Westminster MPs set politics aside when conducting their inquiry

Banking inquiry must rise above politics

Banking inquiry must rise above politics

Legal costs for banking inquiry witnesses capped at €10,000

Legal costs for banking inquiry witnesses capped at €10,000

Banking inquiry: how it unfolded

Banking inquiry: how it unfolded

Inquiry chief is ‘a grafter in the style of Roy Keane’

Inquiry chief is ‘a grafter in the style of Roy Keane’

Ciarán Lynch will have to manage the banking inquiry’s 11-member team carefully to avoid rows, walk-outs and possible legal challenges

Inquiry looks at long road to crisis

Inquiry looks at long road to crisis

Stephen Kinsella: The banking inquiry will seek to understand how the crisis that led to the 2008 bank guarantee developed from as far back as 1992. But can its members resist the temptation to engage in political grandstanding?

Banking inquiry week one: Pat Rabbitte: Those who have claimed that the banking inquiry would never start will now claim that it will never finish

Banking inquiry week one: Pat Rabbitte: Those who have claimed that the banking inquiry would never start will now claim that it will never finish

Banking inquiry week one

Banking inquiry week one:: ‘Slow business, not showbusiness’

Banking inquiry week one:: ‘Slow business, not showbusiness’

There were no fireworks, in the banking inquiry’s opening sessions, and the committee members may be tempted to cut down on witnesses to speed to the real action. Michael Brennan and Jack Horgan-Jones report

Central Bank staff gag lifted for inquiry

Central Bank staff gag lifted for inquiry

State to lift gag on Central Bank staff appearing before banking probe

State to lift gag on Central Bank staff appearing before banking probe