Wednesday September 23, 2020

Kenny in FT: pressure for debt deal won't ease

"You have to have the principle established here that those who do most to help themselves are encouraged and given assistance and support from the EU."

18th December, 2012
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Enda Kenny

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the Financial Times newspaper that Ireland will not be setting aside its disputes over its need for better debt terms as it takes on the EU presidency.

"It will be a big year for Ireland but also a big year from the union, because it can prove that a country that does work with the rules can emerge here," Kenny said in an interview published today.

"But that requires the...

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