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Daily Archives: August 25, 2009
For the last two days I have being receiving support from mainly the Labour party and the Fine Gael parity But I can’t help fell that I am just getting the parity line from most of the respondents While it … Continue reading
Andrew.Doyle@oireachtas.ie to bcc: me show details 2:46 PM (2 hours ago) A Chara, Fine Gael has not supported the principle of NAMA as it is proposed, and our spokesman on Finance deputy Richard Bruton has been a consistent … Continue reading
Dear Thomas, Thank you for your email regarding NAMA. As you know the Labour Party opposed the proposal to establish a National Asset Management Agency from the beginning. We favour the approach of taking the banks into … Continue reading
Dear Mr Clarke, The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Ms Mary Coughlan TD, has asked me to acknowledge receipt of your email, she has noted its contents. Kind regards, Tánaiste’s Office Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment … Continue reading