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 Continue Reading →
The Social Democrats have today announced their plans to resolve the mortgage crisis. The policy paper, which was developed with input from David Hall of IMHO and others is designed Continue Reading →
This week, I introduced a motion which would immediately and substantially increase the pace at which the mortgage crisis is addressed.
Should banks be allowed increase profits from restructuring mortgages? I don’t believe they should. I asked Minister Noonan for his view, but got a boilerplate civil service reply. So I Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →