2016 predictions, sticky Fingers, IFA, evasive Slab Murphy & more

Happy New Year Donkey Voters!

In our first episode of the year, we share our 2016 outlook and cover some of the potential events that might have an impact in Europe in the months ahead.

Following the Irish Farmer’s Association scandal late last year, we look at the output of the recent pay inquiry and what’s next for the organisation.

We also chat about Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy, the IRA and his tax affairs.

Oh and our friend Michael ‘Fingers’ Fingleton (y’know the former Irish Nationwide head who cost Ireland €5bn?), was recently in the news again and he might be making more headlines this year – find out why!

Hit us up on Twitter (@donkeyvotes) or via donkeyvotes@gmail.com.

Peace.

Brian & James

DV chats to Tom Lyons (Sunday Business Post) about Michael ‘Fingers’ Fingleton

Following his appearance in front of the Banking Inquiry last week, this episode of Donkey Votes focuses on Michael ‘Fingers’ Fingleton. We interview the man who quite literally wrote the book on Fingers, Sunday Business Post Business Editor Tom Lyons.

tom lyons - fingers

Tom is co-author of ‘Fingers: The Man Who Brought Down Irish Nationwide And Cost Us €5.4bn’ and you can read his column each week in The Sunday Business Post. Follow him on Twitter via @TomLyonsBiz.

You can buy Tom’s book here and listen to our interview below.

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