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James James

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Re: The RHI inquiry into the scheme which trashed Stormont, has started
« Reply #75 on: September 19, 2018, 12:18:29 AM »
And it burns burns burns... https://youtu.be/h4GT1rlaaso
It might well. !
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"September 17 2018"
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/dup-sweating-over-stephen-nolans-secret-rhi-tapes-37319678.html

"The DUP is sweating over more RHI revelations from secret recordings made by party rebel Jonathan Bell."

"Sunday Life understands that a number of tapes covertly recorded by Bell in conversation with top civil servants and party figures including former leader and ex-First Minister Peter Robinson were handed over to BBC presenter Stephen Nolan around the time of his bombshell interview with Bell in 2016 at the height of the scandal."



"The ongoing inquiry has heard about some of Bell's recordings - but sources close to the former Enterprise Minister have told Sunday Life there were multiple tapes."

"The DUP fears what details might be revealed - and a source says they are terrified that Nolan could be sitting on something explosive that could be revealed when the inquiry is over."

"There is no love lost between the two sides - the DUP have been boycotting Nolan for more than a year now in the wake of his investigations into the Cash for Ash outrage." Etcetera,...

HarryHippo

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Re: The RHI inquiry into the scheme which trashed Stormont, has started
« Reply #76 on: September 20, 2018, 12:42:40 AM »
It might well. !
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"September 17 2018"
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sunday-life/dup-sweating-over-stephen-nolans-secret-rhi-tapes-37319678.html

"The DUP is sweating over more RHI revelations from secret recordings made by party rebel Jonathan Bell."

"Sunday Life understands that a number of tapes covertly recorded by Bell in conversation with top civil servants and party figures including former leader and ex-First Minister Peter Robinson were handed over to BBC presenter Stephen Nolan around the time of his bombshell interview with Bell in 2016 at the height of the scandal."



"The ongoing inquiry has heard about some of Bell's recordings - but sources close to the former Enterprise Minister have told Sunday Life there were multiple tapes."

"The DUP fears what details might be revealed - and a source says they are terrified that Nolan could be sitting on something explosive that could be revealed when the inquiry is over."

"There is no love lost between the two sides - the DUP have been boycotting Nolan for more than a year now in the wake of his investigations into the Cash for Ash outrage." Etcetera,...

I love that phrase '  Sunday Life understands ... says it all really !!!    :D Nolan has it ?  oh   the prime minister of ' dead air '   ;)
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Re: The RHI inquiry into the scheme which trashed Stormont, has started
« Reply #77 on: September 20, 2018, 05:48:02 AM »
'Terrified that Nolan could be sitting on something explosive'. I too, would be terrified.  ::)
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Re: The RHI inquiry into the scheme which trashed Stormont, has started
« Reply #79 on: September 25, 2018, 07:20:59 AM »
https://www.irishtimes.com/news/politics/arlene-foster-denies-dup-tried-to-deflect-from-cash-for-ash-scandal-1.3640151

"Arlene Foster denies DUP tried to deflect from ‘cash for ash’ scandal"

"Party leader provides written statement to inquiry into North’s botched energy scheme"

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DUP leader Arlene Foster has said there was no strategy by her party to deflect attention from its alleged involvement in delays in ending overspending in a flawed green energy scheme.

In a written statement to the inquiry into Northern Ireland’s so-called cash for ash scandal, Ms Foster has said there was “no party narrative” by the DUP to discredit former minister Jonathan Bell over the controversy.

Mr Bell, her party colleague and successor as enterprise minister, has claimed she ordered him to keep the scheme open and that he was the victim of a smear campaign by the DUP after he went public with his claims.

The DUP leader’s statement was published ahead of her giving evidence to the inquiry again today.

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