Tagged By Banking Crisis

Down Down Down We Go

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The debate is falling even deeper down the rabbit-hole.  We’ve been promised a bank-debt deal (if only the ECB and the German Christian Democrats, CDU, would play in our sandbox) and stimulus through European funds…

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The Banks Have Burst

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From Eoghan O’Neill, co-ordinator of Repudiate the Debt campaign. On Monday the 24th of October 2011, the river Liffey burst its banks. What the people of Dublin witnessed was a month’s worth of rain fall,…

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Keeping it Going

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From Diarmuid O’Flynn of Ballyhea bondholder bailout protest and Bondwatch Ireland. Our 32nd weekly protest march in Ballyhea coming up this Sunday (11.30am, meeting at the church) and we’re being asked – ‘How long more are ye…

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Wiping Clean the Anglo/INBS Debt Slate

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This was originally co-written for Progressive-Economy.ie with Michael Burke and Tom McDonnell. The Anglo-Irish and Irish Nationwide debt must become a major political issue. The Anglo/INBS debt-burden is an unjust and unwarranted charge which the…

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