Sir Patrick Coghlin, the retired Northern Ireland High Court judge who headed up the public inquiry into the failed Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme, is currently preparing his report.
No date has been fixed for its publication, but it is expected to be delivered before the summer. Deric Henderson is working as the Inquiry’s media advisor.
More than 60 people, including the former Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster, and several senior members of her Democratic Unionist Party, as well as the acting head of the Civil Service David Sterling, testified in a series of oral hearings in the Senate Room at Parliament Buildings, Stormon.
Sir Patrick is being assisted in the preparation of his report by Dame Una O’Brien, the former Permanent Secretary at the UK’s Department of Health.