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They trace how the same civil servants, estate agents and bankers who presided over the crash have in many cases been rewarded with important new jobs. They investigate the workings of the law firms, lobbyists and consultancies that seem to have their fingers in every pie.
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They name names, trace connections, and show how the untouchables managed to do so much damage, and how they have held on to power and influence in Ireland. Enter your Postcode or Suburb to view availability and delivery times.
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In The Untouchables, Shane Ross and Nick Webb shine a light into dark corners of official Ireland to show that the blame for running the country into the ground goes well beyond Fianna Fail, and that a dismaying number of the people who should share the blame are still in situ: in the civil service, on the boards of the leading companies, and in the banks, law firms, and consultancies that carry so much influence in deciding who wins and who loses.
They name names, trace connections, and show how the untouchables managed to do so much damage, how they got away with it, and how so many of them are still in positions of power and influence in Ireland.
Untouchables : The People Who Helped Wreck Ireland - and are Still Running the Show -- Paperback
Read it and seethe. Nick Webb is business editor of the Sunday Independent. They are the authors of Wasters, 's top-selling Irish current affairs title.