Stop giving out about Lowry and make an official complaint instead
Published 04/11/2012 | 05:00
It's time for former minister to disclose all his interests or face the consequences, writes Elaine Byrne
WHY is it, after all this time, that Michael Lowry's half-share in app-roximately 20 acres near Wigan was revealed not to have been disclosed on the Dail's register of interests? Why is it that a piece of English land not much bigger than Croke Park is of public interest?
Conor Ryan published documents in the Irish Examiner the other day that showed a UK property company called Vineacre and a Thurles developer, Liam Carroll, bought the green belt land in September 2001.