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Pushing to change the bailout programme

The troika is back in town and, no doubt, will again pat us on the head for adhering to the terms of our bailout. Some of the public choreography of this is perhaps inevitable - the last thing the tr

15th January, 2012

The troika is back in town and, no doubt, will again pat us on the head for adhering to the terms of our bailout.

Some of the public choreography of this is perhaps inevitable - the last thing the troika wants is for Ireland to go off track. The government will also want to portray Ireland internationally as quietly getting on with it. However, we must hope that behind the scenes some serious talking is...

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