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UCD students' union to seek bank loan to pay off €1m debt

The students' union of Ireland's largest university is preparing to take out a bank loan to assist in the repayment of a €1 million debt.

7th April, 2012

The students' union of Ireland's largest university is preparing to take out a bank loan to assist in the repayment of a €1 million debt.

The completion this week of an external audit of the accounts of the students' union at University College Dublin (UCD) is expected to outline structural deficits and identify where losses were made.

According to the president of the students' union, Pat De Brún, losses of between €30,000 and €50,000 were...

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