PAC in Dublin say: Daithi McKay will give a statement to the Ctte. Jamie Bryson will not be giving evidence or appearing before the Ctte
— JPCampbellBiz (@JP_Biz) September 30, 2015
I believe that the PAC committee have rowed back from the initial invite that had been extended by the Chairperson. — Jamie Bryson (@JamieBrysonCPNI) September 30, 2015
Political blogger Jamie Bryson, above, won’t be attending the Public Accounts Committee tomorrow, as originally planned.
Nama will be appearing before the committee tomorrow at 10am.
Mr Bryson told the Northern Ireland Assembly’s Finance Committee on September 23 that Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson [and four businessmen] were set to receive a ‘success’ fee following the sale of Nama’s NI portfolio.
Meanwhile, Mr Bryson’s written submission to the Northern Ireland committee can be read here
Previously: Nothing To See Here
Correspondence from PAC Chair has confirmed they will discuss at tomorrow’s meeting whether to take evidence from me.
— Jamie Bryson (@JamieBrysonCPNI) September 30, 2015