Paschal Donohoe: Eurogroup reforms will create a safety net for failing banks
As president of the Eurogroup of finance ministers, it was a priority for me to reach agreement on this crucial deal to ensure financial stability
Citizens across the European Union depend on their governments to provide fundamental public services so that everyone has access to healthcare, education, security and so much more. Providing these public services is integral to the bond between the citizen and the state.
As president of the Eurogroup, which comprises the finance ministers from across the EU, it is my duty to ensure the eurozone finance ministers agree on how we can best act together in...
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Susan O’Keeffe: The state is still failing mother and baby homes victims
Instead of doubling its efforts to make up for past sins, the state is doubling down to avoid the practical consequences of those acts of cruelty and degradation against thousands of babies