Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: endorsed demand for €2 billion budget adjustment.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Tax rises and cuts on department’s agenda despite ERSI’s positive forecast

Made to measure: a semi-decent outfit conveys a chap serenely into the day. Photograph: E+/Getty

If you don’t have to go broke to go bespoke, it’s also true that you don’t have to go bespoke to go smart

Rehab board member  Brian Kerr. Photograph: Stephen Collins / Collins Photos

The Rehab chairman insisted the board was not oblivious to the controversy

 Rehab chairman Brian Kerr on  Kildare Street, Dublin, yesterday before addressing the Public Accounts Committee. Picture Stephen Collins / Collins Photos

Committee hears former director of Rehab was paid fees of more than €409,000 from 2007 to 2013

Angela Kerins: Questions raised about failed coffin business involving husband and brother of former Rehab chief

Chairman says he is unable to discuss nature of complaint or anything related to it

Frank Flannery said the committee’s work was politicised due to his long connection with Fine Gael. Photograph: The Irish Times

Emergency meeting of Dáil committee follows correspondence by solicitors

Angela Kerins and Rehab chairman Brian Kerr at a Rehab board meeting at Sandymount, Dublin, in February. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Brian Kerr left to pick up pieces after refusal of former bosses to yield to PAC damages Rehab

Frank Flannery and Angela Kerins  each told the 
PAC
committee yesterday that they will not go to its hearing today on Rehab’s affairs, the second in less than two months.

Committee describes reason for non-attendance as ‘nothing short of contemptible’

Former Rehab chief executives Angela Kerins and Frank Flannery have told the Public Account Committee they will not be attending a hearing tomorrow on the affairs of the disability organisation.

Former Rehab chief executives issue separate statements outlining their reasons for not appearing

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