Lise Hand: Fiddling bankers play Taoiseach like a harp
Published 22/04/2010 | 05:00
THERE was an awful lot of fiddling going on around the Taoiseach yesterday. Fiddlers to the left of him and fiddlers to the right.
And no, he wasn't hobnobbing with dubious characters from the banking sector -- he was in the National Gallery launching Comhaltas Ceoltoiri's online archive of traditional music.
It was a bit of a break for Brian from listening to everyone harping on about the shambolic banks, or being accused of whistling Dixie when it came to the Government putting manners on banking bigwigs with regards to pension top-ups, bonuses and sundry goodies.