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    Default Pro-no Deal: "No windfall for Ireland" - Ollie Rehn declares Austerity must continue...

    As the Weekend workers/Frontline Alliance rebel against the Weekend Overtime Pay Reduction Proposals/ CP 2 Proposals - heeeers Ollie

    The EU Commissioner on Economic and Monetary Affairs has said the €1bn in savings from the promissory note deal should not be regarded as a "windfall gain" for the Irish economy.
    Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, Olli Rehn said the money should not be used to "soften" next year's Budget.
    Mr Rehn said it was important that Ireland stick to the EU/IMF programme.


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    Just how much instability lies ahead now for Ireland on top of the €5.11B Bond due for 18th April & the €7.6B + in Jan?

    What about Peter Matthews knife in Enda's back re the Banks needing another €60 B- will that effect today's debacle?

    Maybe Italy's Election will take the attention away from our never-ending mess in Ireland.

    Alternatively could we be looking at a new 3 way conflict between, Public, Private & Frontline workers?

    That would be a tragedy for Ireland- worsened by Matthew Tentinfield's warnings of an upping of Repossessions....

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    We can catasthropize about all these thiings but to no end. Their is always the one solution that is used to solve any problem for the meantime & that is "Kick the can down the road", its always the answer. So when you say "how much instability lies ahead .. " somehow the solution will be to kick something down the road or long finger something.

    If one takes an objective view of all the threads raised here over recent years the catastrophic result has not happened - not saying it wont happen, just that it is "put off for now" is the best way of saying it. It seems the EU has an endless supply of putting off problems rather than dealing with them head on .. welcome to our EU/EURO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post
    As the Weekend workers/Frontline Alliance rebel against the Weekend Overtime Pay Reduction Proposals/ CP 2 Proposals - heeeers Ollie



    108-News Story

    Just how much instability lies ahead now for Ireland on top of the €5.11B Bond due for 18th April & the €7.6B + in Jan?

    What about Peter Matthews knife in Enda's back re the Banks needing another €60 B- will that effect today's debacle?

    Maybe Italy's Election will take the attention away from our never-ending mess in Ireland.

    Alternatively could we be looking at a new 3 way conflict between, Public, Private & Frontline workers?

    That would be a tragedy for Ireland- worsened by Matthew Tentinfield's warnings of an upping of Repossessions....
    How can we spend money that we don't have?

    This is nonsense from Ollie, we haven't saved 1 billion we have simply saved from borrowing an extra 1 billion, of course cuts will still have to be made such as the CP2 deal today. But what we did achieve is a better future for our country and a path to recovery. The worst is over, just get over yourself or move to Greece where you would fit in better.

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    "Catastrophize"

    Record Unemployment, "Blue Flu" being threatened, Record Emigration, warnings about an "imminent Repossessions increase" etc...

    Can't trivialise all that -with a bit of spin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post
    "Catastrophize"

    Record Unemployment, "Blue Flu" being threatened & warnings about, Record Emigration, "imminent Repossessions increase"...

    Can't trivialise all that -with a bit of spin...
    Agreed, your doing a very poor job at trying to spin a bogus false story. Must try harder.

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    This is nonsense from Ollie, we haven't saved 1 billion we have simply saved from borrowing an extra 1 billion, of course cuts will still have to be made such as the CP2 deal today. But what we did achieve is a better future for our country and a path to recovery. The worst is over, just get over yourself or move to Greece where you would fit in better.
    "Nonsense from Ollie", "move to Greece" - priceless

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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic change View Post
    Agreed, your doing a very poor job at trying to spin a bogus false story. Must try harder.
    So that's all in never ever land & all is ok then- get yourself a life you moron...

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    irish people are as dumb as a bag of hammers. the loan sharks have been called off for a little bit, and the talking heads want any notional "saving" spent at once. These clowns would eat their own lifeboats if they were made out of cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic change View Post
    bogus false story.
    So RTE & Ollie are both lying???

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    But but but Eamon Gilbore said that the €1billion would be used to reduce cutbacks!!!

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