Tuesday 28 February 2017

Off the wall

•NAMA, in their decision to award the sale of Mr Quinlan's art collection to British auctioneers Christie's, have seen fit to bypass all of the Irish firms who, I would imagine, are equal to the task and represent the best market for Irish art.

They are firms who employ Irish residents and pay Irish taxes, and who are saddled with the burden of funding the state.

Are we to find out who awarded that contract and their reasons why?

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