Tuesday 17 October 2017

Still tormented by banks

'It is nice to see some acknowledgment in Claire Mc Cormack's article (Sunday Independent, March 20) about ordinary, hard-working people who have lost almost everything' Stock photo: Slava Rutkovski
'It is nice to see some acknowledgment in Claire Mc Cormack's article (Sunday Independent, March 20) about ordinary, hard-working people who have lost almost everything' Stock photo: Slava Rutkovski
Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Sir - I'm writing on behalf of my husband and all those who have lost property and suffered from the financial crash in Ireland.

My husband was a hard-working man, a slave to work. He had a breakdown last July during a family holiday in Spain. We have had two houses repossessed over the last few years. My husband had to resign from his business due to pressure and strain, and ended up in St Pat's with a mental breakdown.

It is nice to see some acknowledgment in Claire Mc Cormack's article (Sunday Independent, March 20) about ordinary, hard-working people who have lost almost everything.

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