A decision's likely today on whether Mick Wallace will face a motion of censure in the Dáil.
The Committee on Members' Interests reported yesterday it's unable to establish jurisdiction to inquire into the Wexford TD's admission of tax cheating.
It was also revealed he only responded to two of seven questions put to him.
Party whips will now have to decide whether a motion of censure will be put down on Mr Wallace - both Fianna Fáil and the Government have previously threatened such a motion.
Chair of the members interests committee is Donegal Deputy Thomas Pringle - he says even at this late stage Deputy Wallace should provide the information asked of him: