Back then, it had given the troika a commitment to sell off its 25 per cent stake in the airline in line with the recommendation made by economist Colm McCarthy’s review group on state assets. But with the bailout over, the government now has the luxury of choice.
And the signs are all pointing towards the government taking the path of least resistance – which is to keep Aer Lingus workers, unions, business groups...
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