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The debt arises out of a guarantee Deirdre Yates gave on loans obtained from AIB to her husband for his Celtic Bookmakers business, which went into liquidation in 2011.
Mrs Yates, a primary school teacher, claims that when she signed the guarantee she did not receive, and was not advised to receive, legal advice about the implications of doing so.Posted by Jim on August 20, 2016 A typical Derry lad TWENTY-seven-year-old Micky Devine, from the Creggan in Derry city, was the third INLA Volunteer to join the H-Block hunger strike to the death.Micky Devine took over as O/C of the INLA blanket men in March when the then O/C, Patsy O’Hara, joined the hunger strike but he retained this leadership post when he joined the hunger strike himself.Known as ‘Red Micky’, his nickname stemmed from his ginger hair rather than his political complexion, although he was most definitely a republican socialist.He will be departing in July and also stepping down from his roles as a presenter on TV3 and as a columnist with the Irish Independent.Mr Yates has presented the programme since 2008, apart from his 16 months in Wales when he emerged from bankruptcy.
He worked alongside Claire Byrne initially on the show and was later joined by co-presenter Chris Donoghue on his return from Wales.
Speaking to Chris Donoghue has paid tribute to Mr Yates saying they worked brilliantly as a team.
"Ivan has been a great partner on air, where most 'big names' want all the limelight to themselves Yates has always been happy to share with the people he works with.... "He's never been boring and it's been a real pleasure to share a studio with him.
We've been talking about this day for a couple of months and will see out our last three months of Newstalk Breakfast with great energy." The former Fine Gael TD will be stepping back from public life and travelling with his wife, Deirdre, for a year.
Mr Yates has categorically denied his departure from his media roles is related to his wife’s financial difficulties after AIB secured a €1.6m debt judgment against his wife, Deirdre.
“I am saying categorically this is completely unlike my departure to Wales and which was quite brutal. On whether this time out, the departure was down to Deirdre’s finances and if she was now seeking bankruptcy, he said this was “absolutely” not the case.