Monday 16 January 2017

Lucinda must take risks to make Renua relevant

Gerard O'Regan

Published 06/06/2015 | 02:30

Leader Lucinda Creighton at the launch of Renua in Trinity College, Dublin, back in March. Photo: Gerry Mooney
Leader Lucinda Creighton at the launch of Renua in Trinity College, Dublin, back in March. Photo: Gerry Mooney

It was a whirlpool. All those who drifted even near the edges of the turbulence of recent days were sucked into a stop-go controversy. Every question and every answer seemed to beget yet another question and yet another answer.

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For conspiracy theorists, it was a kind of dream come true. So much known - so much unknown. And then finally - as was probably inevitable from the very beginning - we tumbled towards having the inevitable inquiry.

But whether this will provide any absolutist conclusions, as to what was right and wrong, back when deals were done during the high points of Ireland's financial Armageddon, is indeed a moot point.

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