Sunday February 23, 2020

Division Bell: No March deal could see marching orders

Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore have 'bet the farm' on a promissory notes deal - with the future of the coalition relying on it, writes Pat Leahy, Political Editor.

13th January, 2013
'We will know in about two months -- if not before -- whether the coalition has a future'.

The future of the government will be decided in the next two months.

If there is to be a deal on the Anglo-Irish Bank promissory notes, it will be concluded over the coming weeks, as it needs to be in place by the end of March when the next €3.1 billion payment falls due. If the government does not get a deal on the prom notes, then the exit from the bailout scheduled for later...

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