The opposition are asking that despicable little man Noonan to clarify the Finance Department’s involvement with banks
Opposition calls on Noonan to clarify Finance Department
The Sunday Time have a very interesting article highlighting that the lawyers for businessman Paddy McKillen have written to the finance minister stating that John Moran and another senior official displayed “inappropriate informality and familiarity” in an email exchange with Richard Faber who works for the not very nice David and Frederick Barclay.
Why should the Secretary General John Moran be offering any assistance at all to the Barclay brothers in relation to their efforts to acquire Mr McKillen’s loans from IBRC?
Is it appropriate behaviour for a civil servant to engage in with a third party? Should it be a hanging offence?
I expect Noonan will need to have some very good answers lined up!