Dearbhail McDonald: Ordinary debtors stranded by litany of flaws
ON a macro level, Ireland is -- by all accounts -- flying. Taoiseach Enda Kenny is winning plaudits for our "exiting the bailout" and foreign investors are falling over themselves to buy up our bonds.
Michael Noonan has been feted as the best finance minister in Europe by a banking magazine and unemployment is falling, even if the process is glacial.
And yet the recovery still rankles with "ordinary decent debtors" who have waited for almost five years for a resolution to their debt problems.