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Daily Archives: February 10, 2011
Coiste Suímh Gaelscoil Chill Mhantáin 9th February 2011 A chara, Following your declaration to run as a candidate in the upcoming general election I would like to take this opportunity to highlight Gaelscoil Chill Mhantáin’s ongoing … Continue reading
Dear Thomas , Thanks for the great respones to our campaign to ask TDs to include a commitment to end homelessness and provide for aftercare in their manifestos. Several hundred e-mails were sent and we got a good number of … Continue reading
David McWilliams# has posted a new article, ‘Forget the TV sideshow – we must focus on Europe ‘ IT is quite surreal to see the opening days of the campaign have been dominated by arguments about whether party leaders will … Continue reading
The Comprehensive review of the Irish Banking system carried out under the stewardship of the Central Bank Governor Mr. Patrick Honohan and the IMF has been shown to be completely inaccurate, incomplete, and at worst downright fraudulent. In … Continue reading
By namawinelake Yesterday’s decision announced by Minister for Finance, Brian Lenihan that the next injections of capital into the banks would be deferred to after the general election on 25th February has been attacked as a political stroke by opposition … Continue reading
How the IFSC ‘HQ’ became shadow of its intended self Financial centres such as the IFSC formed a major part of the “shadow banking sector”, which has been blamed for the current crisis. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien OPINION: Study of 46 treasury … Continue reading