Why would a so-called vulture fund be owned by a children’s charity?

Why would a so-called vulture fund be owned by a children’s charity? Why would the children’s charity list the Temple Street Children’s Hospital as one of their ‘Foundation Partners’…when Temple Street then say on national radio that they’re not? And then there was Fergus Finlay on today, saying Barnardos shouldn’t be listed either, referencing children being evicted. I’ve met with the Charities Regulator on this, and he’s looking into it. My view is that this sort of thing should not be allowed under Irish law (currently it’s completely legal).

Angry? Then do something about it – contact your local TDs, by phone, ask for a meeting, and tell them you want this shut down, now.

  • bossbutteringbee

    Good interview today on Pat Kenny show Stephen with evidence-based summary of what looks suspiciously like passive collusion between Gov, the large consulting firms and a number of PE firms to avoid tax. You have earned your bread with this piece of work. if only we had another 39 Stephens to combat the toxic mix of indifference, low-level corruption and incompetence that characterises Irish government.