Noonan ticks his boxes as Chopra stalks the streets

At 11.30am last Friday, Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin were telling journalists how Ireland had passed the first quarterly EU/IMF examination with second-class honours.

16th April, 2011
Noonan ticks his boxes as Chopra stalks the streets
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At 11.30am last Friday, Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin were telling journalists how Ireland had passed the first quarterly EU/IMF examination with second-class honours.

They were very pleased. Noonan was probably thinking of getting an extra 10 per cent by answering a few questions in Irish.

Noonan seemed knowledgeable about everything - until he volunteered that he knew nothing at all about property prices, but he said he talked to people who did know about...

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