Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

PMS still needs Stormont help

Observing the furore over the resignation of NI Water's chief executive, Laurence MacKenzie, I was struck by how quickly the politicians fulminate from the safety of their offices, but how slowly they still react to the problems of many thousands of savers with the Presbyterian Mutal Society (PMS) who still see no resolution to their troubles.

More than two years ago, I raised a petition to 'Save the Mutuals' and I despair of the snail-like progress to reimburse these savers. Could not the Northern Ireland Executive - just once - put their money where their mouths are and stop blaming others?

DR T S CALLAGHAN

Brechin, Angus

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