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 Patrick Neary to step down as financial regulator

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Is that the lad who was on "Are you being served"
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youngdan wrote:
Is that the lad who was on "Are you being served"


"I'm Free, Mr Humphries" Smile

Ahh, the oldies are the goodies....
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PostSubject: Re: Patrick Neary to step down as financial regulator   Patrick Neary to step down as financial regulator EmptySat Jan 10, 2009 1:42 am

Johnny Keogh wrote:
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2009/0109/breaking75.htm

So who will get the job?

Good question - also, what job will Neary get now ?

Gavin's blog has a good report
http://www.gavinsblog.com/2009/01/09/patrick-neary-resigns/

and the video of Old Neary spinning a big steaming heap of bullcaca on Primetime a short while back: