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Thread: Special Ireland wont be getting any similar Greek Bailout deal says the EU.

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    Default Special Ireland wont be getting any similar Greek Bailout deal says the EU.

    Ireland the land that is so special has just been given a double slap in the face by Europe.

    A few days ago Noonan announced to the world that the Greek deal was 'not applicable' to Ireland.
    Greek deal 'not applicable' to Ireland - The Irish Times - Mon, Nov 26, 2012

    Then Noonan announced Ireland will scour the euro zone's new Greek aid deal for anything that would help Dublin's efforts to pull free from its own EU/IMF bailout as scheduled next year.

    Ireland to study new Greek deal for bailout benefits - Yahoo! Finance

    Tonight the Eurozone have slapped the buffoon in the face and showed the people just how special we really are.

    Eurogroup not prepared to offer Greek bailout terms to Ireland - Juncker
    The Chairman of the Eurogroup of finance ministers, Jean-Claude Juncker, has said that ministers were not prepared to extend the same terms to Ireland and Portugal as were agreed last week in order to manage Greece's long term debts.


    Mr Juncker was speaking at the conclusion of the fourth Eurogroup meeting in as many weeks.
    He said: "I don't think the Eurogroup is prepared to give equally similar treatment to [Portugal and Ireland] when it comes to the detailed discussions taken as far as Greece is concerned."


    Earlier, the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, said the Government would be interested in looking at elements of the Greek deal to see if they would help Ireland in exiting the bailout programme next year.
    Eurogroup not ready to extend Greek bailout terms - RTÉ News


    In other news Special Ireland was also slapped in the face over the ESM

    Wolfgang Schaeuble says ESM will not recapitalise banks in the short term

    German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has warned against hopes that the EU's permanent bailout fund, the European Stability Mechanism, could be used to recapitalise banks in the short term.
    The stance is important to Ireland, as the Government hopes the €500bn ESM will take stakes in Irish pillar banks such as AIB and Bank of Ireland.


    Speaking in the European Parliament, Mr Schaeuble said "it's an exaggerated expectation" that banks could access ESM funding quickly.


    Asked later by a Spanish MEP if bank recapitalisation could be speedily arranged, Mr Schaeuble said: "I don't think so."
    Schaeuble dampens bank recapitalisation hopes - RTÉ News



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    we'd want to stop licking Angelas Arses.

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    Naughty Naughty.

    Dont let yourself down with the last comment after all the good work.

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    Is it me or are ALLof Neutron's threads the exact same?
    Boycott the "Irish" Sun rag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruserious View Post
    Is it me or are ALLof Neutron's threads the exact same?
    Its headline news on RTE.

    Im sorry does the bad news for our special government upset you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neutron View Post
    Its headline news on RTE.

    Im sorry does the bad news for our special government upset you?
    This country is in the sh1tter. We all know that. We don't need to be reminded every two minutes by a thread about the latest happenings in Euroland. Surely one big ongoing thread would suffice in that regard.
    Boycott the "Irish" Sun rag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruserious View Post
    This country is in the sh1tter. We all know that. We don't need to be reminded every two minutes by a thread about the latest happenings in Euroland. Surely one big ongoing thread would suffice in that regard.
    But its alright when Kenny announces la la land jobs and false hope and promises.

    Your beloved leader is making a fool of us in Europe and gaining nothing except a joke status among the big boys and girls. Highlighting their latest failures is a pleasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neutron View Post
    Its headline news on RTE.

    Im sorry does the bad news for our special government upset you?
    There is no need for the Special Olympics reference in your opening post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippo222 View Post
    There is no need for the Special Olympics reference in your opening post.
    Why?

    I actually think Angela Merkel must be thinking Kenny and Noonan are mentally challenged, who knows if that is what she thinks when she said we were special.

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    US investors seem very keen to invest in Ireland still for some reason.

    Thankfully neutron hasn`t gone viral

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