Stop giving out about Lowry and make an official complaint instead
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.