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Tag Archives: Public Accounts Committee
Serious misgivings have emerged about the scale of savings being achieved under the Croke Park agreement in advance of the latest troika visit to assess progress under the bailout. It is understood that experts from the European Union, International Monetary Fund and … Continue reading
Thank you for posting this excellent article, I am so enraged I have sent a letter to the 5 new TDs of Wicklow calling on them to support the immediate review of all these lottery salaries. I won’t be to surprised to get waffle back ! Continue reading
The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has today published its Quarterly Report and Accounts [The Report] for the Third Quarter2010 [1st July to 30th September 2010]. The documents were laid before each House of the Oireachtas by the Minister for … Continue reading
CAROL COULTER, Legal Affairs Editor ALL LEGAL services for the State should be subject to competitive tendering, according to the Public Accounts Committee. The committee found, in a report on legal costs published yesterday, that the State spent up to … Continue reading
On Last night’s program we got some shocking revelations that we the Irish have in fact lost our sovereignty, with the news that the Germans have taken up residency in the Department of Finance and at the treasury buildings. Our … Continue reading