“The sort of figures that are being talked about..”

With our two lyncathropes summoned to a summit meeting of regional First Ministers by the UK’s Prime Minister, the Belfast Telegraph reports suggestions of an additional shortfall of up to £200million for the Northern Ireland administration to, erm, administer next year. Then there’s the abandoned Workplace 2010 to account for.. and confidential memos revealing that HRConnect is misfiring.. How are those assets anyway? That Treasury Committee meeting could be very interesting.. Time to revisit those subsidies? [What!? Make an un-populist political decision? – Ed]

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