Opposition parties have sought an assurance from the Government that other banks will not follow the lead of Permanent TSB if it puts up its variable mortgage interest rates.
Finance Minister Brian Lenihan said that no Minister for Finance since the foundation of the State had come into the Dáil and announced what mortgage interest rates would be.
He also pointed out that Permanent TSB had not applied to come under NAMA, nor had it sought any recapitalisation from the State.
Mr Lenihan added that Permanent TSB had paid for the benefit of the State
and said the bank was in a difficult situation with historically low interest rates.
Lenihan again, cops out!
Has he forgotten that is the Governments guarantees ,that keeps this corrupt financial Toxic Bank Afloat?
All he has to do is make a phone call, but for 70 thousand family’s,
The sad news is,
You’re not worth it!