Passing News Bites
Mortgage arrears scheme
Fine Gael Councillor Michael Murphy has welcomed the Government’s provision of free, independent financial advice for homeowners in difficulty with their mortgage. Ah, hem Michael what you fail to highlight is this scheme will only be available for a fraction of those with mortgage difficulties.
The scheme is no more than waffle and hot air. It will solve little or nothing already time to bin it.
Ireland a Review
Ireland has been an astonishingly corrupt society with rampant political criminality at the top of Government and zero accountability since the 1960s… it’s the spoofer, the wide boy, the unscrupulous chancer and con man that have thrived.
I really begin to think that as a nation we enjoy this purgatory called Ireland.
Kenny wants to ‘squeeze maximum’ out of deal
Next, he will want to squeeze water out of a stone. Maybe a true son of Fin M’Coul somehow I doubt it more like the fairy at the end of the garden.
Yes, Prince of Vested interest I will do all you ask.
Secret donor promises €500,000 to help Quinn’s legal action against the former Anglo Irish Bank.
Could this be somebody with property abroad? Maybe rather close to the family. Will the donation be legal, will it be taxable?
Posted on September 16, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Anglo Irish Bank, enda kenny, Financial adviser, Fine Gael, Government of Ireland, Ireland, Mortgage loan, Prince, Quinn family. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.