The Quinn quandary


However, I’m heading back to Ireland for a holiday and there the big talking point has, for quite some time now, been the story of Seán Quinn.

At the moment his life holds a grim fascination for the viewing public. It’s the ultimate tragic hero tale – his fall from fortune beggars belief.

He has gone from being the country’s richest man, the most shining example of entrepreneurial spirit and the rewards of hard work, to bankruptcy, a son in prison, a nephew on the run and the possibility of a

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