Honohan calls for enquiry

New Irish central bank governor Patrick Honohan wants a full enquiry into who and what was to blame for the financial crisis. He has dismissed a judicial probe, saying it would have insufficient flexibility. In a largely unprecedented intervention by a central bank governor, Mr Honohan has suggested a detailed examination of the activities of banks, the civil service and key politicians.

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