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    Default Accountability, Accounts, SF/IRA and £1,325,400 Of Public Money

    A Sinn Fein spokesman said that the situation had been “resolved” and that it was a “non-story”. He said that he was unable to give any further information in response to Exaro questions.

    Five days after that contact, in December 2011, Companies House received notification that Ms Ni Chuilin had resigned on November 1, 2011 as a director of Coiste.

    After further attempts to contact Ms Ni Chuilin, a Sinn Fein spokesman said that she “has stepped down from this role due to time pressures”.
    However, Exaro has established that, from August 31, 2008, Coiste was in breach of company law for its failure to file accounts. It missed a 10-month deadline to submit its accounts for the financial year to October 31, 2007.

    Coiste continued to breach company law for four years by failing to file accounts until Exaro contacted it in December 2011.

    http://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/hea...rant-1-4968758

    Imho it is completely unacceptable that a Minster is unavailable to comment on directorship, in a company financed by public funds, that filed no accounts for 4 years...
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    They really are a dodgy shower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Imho it is completely unacceptable that a Minster is unavailable to comment on directorship, in a company financed by public funds, that filed no accounts for 4 years...

    Got a link bridges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaudeville View Post
    Got a link bridges?
    Opsh Duh!! added now ta...
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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Opsh Duh!! added now ta...
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by between the bridges View Post
    Imho it is completely unacceptable that a Minster is unavailable to comment on directorship, in a company financed by public funds, that filed no accounts for 4 years...
    She has to wait to be told by the inner command structure how to handle this inconvenient story. That it is a disgrace is neither here nor there for SF or their voters.

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    Not a huge surprise, lots of slush funds for "community projects" as sweeteners to bed in the GFA, I'm sure a lot went to organisations which didn't exactly have high quality corporate governance procedures in place.

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    Yawn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Castle Ray View Post
    She has to wait to be told by the inner command structure how to handle this inconvenient story. That it is a disgrace is neither here nor there for SF or their voters.
    Why would SF voters care? Frauding the British state is something all Republicans would support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ren84 View Post
    Why would SF voters care? Frauding the British state is something all Republicans would support.
    It's essentially about what the whole situation incorporates. If true, unacceptable.

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