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# Banking Inquiry

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# The Disappeared
WATCH: Fianna Fáil says timing of Sinn Féin's Anglo Tapes is 'curious to say the least'
Finance spokesperson Michael McGrath said the Sinn Féin’s claim that it has new recordings from Anglo Irish Bank is an attempt to distract from Monday’s TV programme about The Disappeared.
# Budget 2014
Levy on banks of €150 million a year until 2016
Domestic banks will pay the levy totaling €150 million a year for the next three years with each bank to pay based on interest on thier deposits.
# Banking Inquiry
Oireachtas committees fight for right to hold banking inquiry
The public accounts committee last year produced a framework for the inquiry and wants to stop the finance committee from taking control of the probe.
# Heated
'You were in bed with the banks!': The Dáil has had its first row of the new term
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael clashed in the chamber today.
# Banking Inquiry
'Too early' to rule Anglo out of banking inquiry says committee chair
Oireachtas Finance Committee Chairman Ciarán Lynch said that legal advice would be taken ahead of any inquiry.
# Banking Inquiry
Taoiseach reveals details of forthcoming banking inquiry
Kenny told the Dáil during the Order of Business that it was his view and that of government that there should be an inquiry into the banking crisis.
# Enda talks
'They're now free spirits': Taoiseach on RA rebels, Seanad and his future
Enda Kenny gave a wide-ranging interview to RTÉ’s Morning Ireland this morning. Here’s what he said.
# Investigation
"Hurry up with the banking inquiry", Sinn Féin tells Taoiseach
The government is gearing up to hold the long-awaited banking inquiry in the autumn – but the terms of reference have still not yet been made clear.
# Leinster House
Oireachtas agenda: Summer holidays and public inquiry legislation
A quiet day in the houses of the Oireacthas with only the Seanad sitting to discuss MEP constituencies and public inquiries.
# Anglo Tapes
Anglo Tapes: 'If Central Bank did have access to contents, what the hell was it doing?' – McDonald
An Oireachtas banking inquiry is needed to identify individual wrongdoing and system failures – as well as to establish the behaviour of the Central Bank before and after the economic collapse, TDs have said today.
# Leinster House
Oireachtas agenda: Banking inquiry framework and human trafficking
With the Anglo Tapes still in the headlines, all eyes are on the final stage of legislation that might provide the means to hold an inquiry into Ireland’s banking fiasco. There is also the matter of a certain first vote on the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill…
# Anglo Tapes
Burton claims Collins is "politically partisan" over Anglo tapes comments
Collins said that the Taoiseach’s priority is to “exploit these tapes for his narrow political advantage”.
# Your Say
Poll: How would you vote in a referendum on Oireachtas inquiries?
Reports this morning suggest the government might have another go at the polls to increase committee’s powers.
# Anglo Tapes
Gilmore 'shocked' by Anglo Tapes, while Howlin is 'personally sickened'
The government has indicated that an inquiry into the bank crisis could get underway later this year.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you have confidence in the planned banking inquiry?
Brendan Howlin promises a robust inquiry into the night of the bank guarantee.
# Anglo
'Anglo tapes show need for banking inquiry' - man who wants to run inquiry
Ciarán Lynch, the chair of the Oireachtas finance committee, says the tapes may be “the tip of the iceberg”.
# Banking Inquiry
New Oireachtas inquiries regime can be used 'to hold government to account'
The legislation to allow Oireachtas inquiries – within the limits of the Constitution – has finally been published today.
# Bank Inquiry
'Some bankers and civil servants don't want banking inquiry' - McGuinness
The government has been seeking to bring forward legislation to strengthen the Oireachtas’ ability to carry out inquiries into matters of public interest in the wake of the rejection of a referendum in 2011.
# Meltdown Monday
Fianna Fáil on banking inquiry: Don't just focus on guarantee night
The party has urged government to deal with the root causes of the banking collapse.
# Out with a bang?
Seanad could be given role to hold public inquiries... if it survives
The Seanad could be given the opportunity to seek the right to hold major public inquiries – if it is not abolished first.
Voices
Column: We need an Oireachtas banking inquiry- now
We need that Oireachtas inquiry now to learn lessons from the banking crisis – so we never again experience such a crash, writes Green Party leader Eamon Ryan.
# Your Say
Poll: Should the Oireachtas be allowed to investigate the bank guarantee?
Two Oireachtas committee are vying for the chance to investigate the bank guarantee four years ago but should politicians be allowed to scrutinise the decision in the first place?
Voices
Column: Yes, we need a banking inquiry – but we can’t let politicians do it
Have you ever seen our TDs in action? They’re hardly the people to investigate this complex – and untrustworthy – industry, writes Aaron McKenna.
# Banking Inquiry
The banking inquiry... who's going to carry it out?
Is there a turf war between the Public Accounts Committee and the Finance Committee on who’s going to do the digging? And what about revisiting the Oireachtas inquiries referendum?
# Banking Inquiry
Referendum will leave door open for banking inquiry
A inquiry into the financial crisis will be high on the Oireachtas’s agenda if October’s referendum is passed.