Shane Ross: Enda's missed opportunity
FOR a brief moment last week, fool that I was, I thought we were crossing a rubicon of reform. Insiders need not worry. Bonuses are not on the way out; banks are not being reformed; semi-states are not bowing the knee; seats on boards are safe. Instead of reform, fresh phrases are being invented to give the impression of radical change.
Even that mother of all misnomers, the "public interest" bank director, resurfaced.
Ponder for a moment what, in the name of Declan Collier, these bank directors do in the "public interest".