Sunday October 25, 2020

For now, Ireland remains the quiet man of Europe

All across Europe, we can see clear political results of the economic pressures unleashed by the global financial crisis.

30th October, 2010

All across Europe, we can see clear political results of the economic pressures unleashed by the global financial crisis.

Last week, we saw extensive strike action in France, as trade unions protested against the Sarkozy administration’s plans to raise the retirement age.

Last year, there were massive protests in Greece which culminated in riots that saw three people die when a bank building was set on fire.

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