Banking Inquiry in disarray as members consider new timeline
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry has once again been thrown into disarray as members consider a "new timeline" for its completion.
Inquiry members have said the probe faces fresh delays and now believe its completion is far from certain.
Members held emergency talks last night but broke up after 9:30pm to consider a new timeline.
The draft report into the collapse of the banks has been strongly criticised by members.
It was described as incoherent and confusing by sources who have read it in full.
But efforts to solve the deadlock were thwarted last night.
A source said: "We are facing delays - and any new delays could be fatal."