Minister Hogan’s departure- Does this mean somebody can now shout STOP?
by Bregs Blog admin team
In case you missed this earlier post here’s an opportunity to catch-up!
The following piece was prepared as a letter to the editor by a contributor on 6th July 2014.
Does this mean somebody can now shout STOP?
On Friday 4th July 2014 the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government (DECLG) published a 54-page list of Minister Phil Hogan’s achievements itemising the “sheer amount of issues which the Minister has presided over”. This report was accompanied by speculation from a DECLG spokesperson about Hogan’s future place of employment claiming that he “was unlikely to be returning to the Department either way”. It sounded like an ambiguous reference from an employer who is happy to see an employee leave.
Minister Hogan could prove to be a very handy scapegoat to the officials in the DECLG as the debacle of the Building Control (Amendment) Regulations, introduced on 1st March 2014, becomes more apparent with each passing day. “It was all Minister Hogan’s…
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