الجمعة، 6 يناير 2017
RHI scandal: Foster "comfortable" with Sinn Féin plan
Media captionArlene Foster bluntly rejected Sinn Fein"s proposal during a visit to a school in County Fermanagh First Minister Arlene Foster believes Sinn Féin"s proposals for an investigation into Northern Ireland"s botched heating scheme could work.
But she has continued to reject calls by Sinn Féin and others to step aside while the debacle is investigated.
The flawed Renewable Heating Incentive scheme could cost taxpayers £490m.
Sinn Féin published its proposed terms of reference for an independent investigation into the Renewable Heating Scheme (RHI) on Thursday.
Mrs Foster set up the scheme in 2012 when she was enterprise minister.
Q&A: What is the RHI scheme? Timeline: Botched heating scheme scandal RHI: Public inquiry or independent investigation? Hamilton "in cloud cuckoo land" BBC News NI reports on the RHI scheme It was an attempt by the NI Executive to increase consumption of heat from renewable sources.
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