Tuesday August 4, 2020

The twilight zone

With each of the main players pulling in different directions over the terms and conditions of bailouts, repayments and the future of the eurozone itself following financial implosion, it remains to be seen whether it can survive at all, write Pat Le

25th June, 2011

Enda Kenny went into this weekend’s EU summit with three priorities.

One was to emphasise that Ireland is not Greece - something that the new government, by virtue of its adherence to the agreements made by the old one, has been successful at doing in the first months of its existence.

The second and third objectives are a different ball game. Kenny has yet to secure a reduction in the interest rate being...

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