GSOC investigated: In January 2013, Deputy Clare Daly, TD for the Dublin North constituency, made a complaint to GSOC, arising from her arrest on 29 January. Significant aspects of her complaint concerned the alleged unlawful disclosure of information to the media, both about the fact of her arrest and about whom she requested to be… Read More »
Thanks to Mark Tighe from the Sunday Times for the documents below. Mark did a story in February, including: Civil servants warned the finance minister three years ago that the “double Irish” tax loophole was damaging Ireland’s reputation and threatening its ability to defend its corporation tax rate. In internal briefing documents released under a… Read More »
Here it is – The Commission of Investigation Certain Matters Relative to the Cavan Monaghan Division of the Garda Síochána – Final Report. Coincidentally, the Minister for Justice is apparently out of the country. The report was somewhat readable, but we’ve applied an additional OCR process just in case.
Some time back we obtained the release below. It’s a very interesting set of various Department of Finance documents and it contains a number of elements: 1) Speaking notes for Michael Noonan for a NAMA offsite meeting in March 2015 2) NAMA’s written advice to Michael Noonan for residential delivery 3) NAMA’s suggestion that there… Read More »
In today’s Sunday Business Post, Jack Horgan-Jones interviewed New York lawyer Lee C Buchheit. Buchheit is known as one of the world’s experts on sovereign debt crises. As the article says, he’s “the guy who governments fly in to tell their creditors they won’t be getting their money back”. In 2010 the Irish government secretly… Read More »
This was made available as a scanned/photo PDF, but as usual we subjected it to an OCR process to make it more searchable.