Croke Park a FF legacy, says Varadkar

Leo Varadkar, the Minister for Transport, has described the Croke Park negotiations as a major opportunity to agree a new deal that is "more favourable" to the taxpayer.

20th January, 2013

Leo Varadkar, the Minister for Transport, has described the Croke Park negotiations as a major opportunity to agree a new deal that is "more favourable" to the taxpayer.

Varadkar said three key deals that were a legacy of the Fianna Fáil-led government needed to be addressed by this administration - the former Anglo Irish promissory note, the troika bailout and the Croke Park deal.

"The Croke Park agreement is a bit like the...

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