Noonan told by troika to keep mum on using Anglo debt deal to reduce cutbacks

Noonan told by troika to keep mum on using Anglo debt deal to reduce cutbacks
Brendan Howlin and Michael Noonan felt that the €3.1 billion cutbacks target would be too much austerity to bear Pic: Collins

Former minister for finance used proceeds from Anglo Irish Bank promissory deal to reduce the 2014 budget cuts from €3.1 billion to €2.5 billion

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.

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