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.
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....