Stephen Donnelly TD rightly raises this issue.
From the article:
'' And there's more. To the €5bn, let's add the €1.1bn that AIB used to top up its pension fund. This €1.1bn is our money, after all. And according to the Taoiseach, it's being used to ensure that the 2,500 planned redundancies at the bank can be voluntary.
Why? It's a failed bank. And in failed companies, people lose their jobs. Harsh, but do you see the Government topping up the pension funds of other companies with your money?''
Little or nothing from any other politician, social commentator or strangely enough ICTU!
Surely David Begg or Jack O'Connor must have an opinion on this?