Any Other Business: Forget the troika - won't somebody think of the sheep?

Few political developments have been as keenly anticipated as the government's deal with the troika on the Anglo promissory note.

31st March, 2012
Any Other Business: Forget the troika - won't somebody think of the sheep?
Brendan Howlin: apple juice in business class. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Few political developments have been as keenly anticipated as the government's deal with the troika on the Anglo promissory note. Last Thursday, word filtered through: the deal - or at least an interim deal - was done. It would be announced, as was appropriate in the house - sorry, the House.

So here's what happened: the Minister for Finance and the Taoiseach arrived in the chamber, joining the Tánaiste. Michael Noonan delivered the statement. The...

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