Ireland has a ‘moral right’ to banking debt deal – Childers European Parliament

Ireland is unlikely to get a deal on its
banking debts even if one is stuck with Greece following tomorrow’s critical
meeting of Eurozone finance ministers. That’s according to the Independent MEP
Nessa Childers who was speaking at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. The
Dublin constituency MEP says there will be pressure from other debt-ridden
countries if a deal is struck with Greece.

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