Former minister for finance Michael Noonan was told by the troika to keep quiet about how he had used savings from the Anglo debt deal to reduce budget cutbacks.
New cabinet records reveal the wrangling with the three members of the troika - the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the IMF – before the state exited the bailout programme five years ago.
Noonan managed to use some of the proceeds of the Anglo...
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