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    Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan has been meeting the Opposition Spokespersons on Finance this afternoon to brief them on government discussions about the Budget.

    Mr Lenihan contacted Fine Gael's Michael Noonan and Labour's Joan Burton and asked them to attend a meeting at the Department today.

    It follows lengthy Cabinet discussions on the Budget today.

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    I wonder after all these discussions will whiny Burton still be opposed to a property tax.

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    To be honest is there a choice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetruthsback View Post
    To be honest is there a choice?
    Yes... not to.

    Standing up for ourselves.

    Pushing back.

    If we default default we can take most of europe down - lets use that as a bargaining position.
    ANGER IS A POLICY, GET OFF YOUR KNEES

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    I see Sinn Fein are excluded again.......because they agree with the ESRI?

    Labour are so unwilling to do anything that may annoy Fine Gael.

    Muppets.

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    Does this translate as passing on yesterdays orders from EU?

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