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Daily Archives: January 29, 2010
By Fergal O’Brien source http://www.independent.ie/business/personal-finance/property-mortgages/irish-life-to-raise-mortgage-rate-2039905.html Friday January 29 2010 Irish Life & Permanent said it will raise the rate on its standard variable mortgage by 0.5pc from February 1, citing the “high cost” of funds required to finance its mortgage … Continue reading
email@example.com to me show details 4:26 PM (28 minutes ago) Dear Thomas Thank you very much for your recent email. This situation is absolutely appalling – I cannot understand how anyone expects a person to work for nothing in … Continue reading
“But if we don’t sober up a start this Cultural Revolution, we will have a Very Sad Country within the next few short years,” (From a comment on David Mc Williams blog I contribute to) Link http://www.davidmcwilliams.ie/2010/01/27/how-ff-put-middle-class-deep-into-debtors-prison … Continue reading
FAS spending ‘could constitute criminal activity’ 29/01/2010 – 09:10:21 The former head of the FAS audit committee Niall Saul believes inquiries into spending there have revealed issues that could constitute “criminal activity”. A report yesterday brought further revelations of lavish … Continue reading