A Loyalist blogger has told the Public Accounts Committee he will not supply written evidence about the sale of NAMA's Northern loans, unless he also gets the chance to speak in person.
Jamie Bryson has told TD's that his evidence must be seen in context, and that he would have to give evidence in person in order to explain it.
Mr Bryson was previously invited to give evidence to the PAC, but the invitation was later withdrawn, and he was asked to send written evidence instead.
He has written back this evening saying that the best way to address his allegations, about the alleged benefactors of money diverted to an offshore account, is for him to be questioned in person himself.
Whilst the DUP ministerial salaries were resting in an account,was there any interest gained on the tax-payers money before it was returned?— Jamie Bryson (@JamieBrysonCPNI) October 9, 2015