THE CONTROVERSIAL Oireachtas banking inquiry into the financial collapse of Ireland’s banks in 2008 has requested a €12bn bailout in order for it to continue and complete its work.Heh. That's some quality mockery of the EU financial system, right there.
Members believe there is a strong chance the committee will fail to produce a final report if there is not some form of banking inquiry bailout put in place to secure its spiralling costs.
“If only we had an extra few billion to finally carry this out properly,” hinted one Oireachtas member. “If we don’t get the funds we need, this whole banking inquiry could collapse… and no one wants that”.
Friday, November 27, 2015
Top shelf snark
Waterford Whispers News looks like it's Ireland's hoe-grown answer to The Onion. It's sharp as Irish Whisky: