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Irelands two conflicting narratives

On the one hand, we have been good little soldiers, followed the austerity plan and emerged in better shape.

17th November, 2013

Ireland's two conflicting narratives

On the one hand, we have been good little soldiers, followed the austerity plan and emerged in better shape. On the other, growth is chronically slow and things are still dismal on the ground for ordinary people. Both things are true – and therein lies the problem for the government, writes Megan Greene.

As a regular visitor to Ireland, I have always been struck by the incredible Irish ability...

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