The problem is causing untold pain and suffering to huge numbers of people, but it can be addressed. A well-known communications firm is seen roaming the halls of the Department of Finance, being asked for advice on the mortgage crisis. Read More >
If you didn’t see David McWilliams’s Ireland’s Great Wealth Divide on Monday night, take 50 minutes out and watch it; it’s on the RTE player. It’s essential viewing and it tells us this: Ireland is a lot less equal and Read More >
This week, I introduced a motion which would immediately and substantially increase the pace at which the mortgage crisis is addressed.
‘What does that all mean?” This is what one man asked in Bray Circuit Court last Monday morning. Simon [name changed] had just lost his home. The registrar ruled against the ‘defendant’ and in favour of the bank seeking possession Read More >
According to today’s Behaviour and Attitudes survey, just one person in 10 who are aged in their twenties, thirties or forties believes the Government is doing enough to help people buy a home. It’s a damning indictment, and not at Read More >
The Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform has issued a report on the mortgage arrears resolution process. It highlights the inadequacies of the Government’s response to date. The Government’s failure to act decisively means we have turned an Read More >