Fionnan Sheahan: What the parties would do to clear up this mess
Published 01/09/2010 | 05:00
The Cabinet meets today, for the first time since the summer break, with the future of Anglo Irish Bank high on the agenda.
Fianna Fail and the Green Party appear to be at odds over the future of the nationalised bank, with the junior party wanting a faster shutdown.
On the opposition benches, Fine Gael and the Labour Party are arguing for it to be wound down over an even shorter period.