Is there life after debt for Ireland?

This weekend brings an end to a four-week election campaign that has provided no answer to one of the most important issues for the country: if we are not to default (in an organised manner) on some of our debts, how on earth are we planning to repay

26th February, 2011

This weekend brings an end to a four-week election campaign that has provided no answer to one of the most important issues for the country: if we are not to default (in an organised manner) on some of our debts, how on earth are we planning to repay them?

By even the most optimistic of projections, our national debt since the EU-IMF bailout - allowing for our still massive structural debt problem - will top...

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