There was a revolt of ministers at last week's cabinet meeting over the new economic plan being drawn up for the post-bailout period.
Ministers protested that decision-making on the crucial plan was being centralised in a cabinet sub-committee of finance minister Michael Noonan, public expenditure minister Brendan Howlin and jobs minister Richard Bruton.
Several ministers, including Pat Rabbitte, Joan Burton and Simon Coveney, objected to the centralisation of the plan and it was agreed that...
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