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Greece ‘dangerous situation’ – Childers

Wednesday’s Eurozone meetings will be critical for Greece and the rest of the EU. That’s according to the Independent MEP Nessa Childers who was speaking at the European Parliament where the Greek situation is high up on MEPs’ agendas. The Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis is expected to outline Athens’ demands for a new debt […]

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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 […]

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Interview Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes on Greek debts

EuroParlRadio’s Editor, Karen Coleman talks to Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes about any Greek debt deals ahead of tomorrow’s meeting of eurozone finance ministers in Brussels. Interview conducted at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

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Greece ‘can’t bully’ EU – Hayes LONG CLIP

The EU cannot give into unrealistic Greek demands to ease its debt burden. That’s according to the Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes who was speaking ahead of tomorrow’s crucial meeting of Eurozone finance ministers in Brussels. Mr Hayes says Greece has to be realistic about the kind of debt agreement the eurozone finance ministers will […]

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Debt write-down not ‘realistic outcome’ – Hayes European Parliament

It’s unlikely that Eurozone finance ministers will agree on any debt write-down deals for Greece. So says the Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes who was speaking ahead of tomorrow’s crucial Eurozone finance ministers meeting in Brussels. Mr Hayes says it would be wrong for the Greek government to argue for any debt write-downs. Dur: 00:15 Out words: realistic outcome 

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Net to tighten on cross border traffic offenders – European Parliament

The days when you could speed on roads on the European continent and avoid getting penalised back home are coming to an end. The European Parliament will this week vote on a new EU law that will enable EU countries to exchange vehicle registration data to ensure traffic offenders are punished. If, as expected, the law is passed then […]

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EU wide exchange of cross border traffic offenders due – European Parliament

  Drivers who commit traffic offences in one EU country will be tracked and penalised in their own country in the future. The European Parliament is this week set to pass a new EU law that will enable EU countries to exchange vehicle registration data to ensure traffic offenders are punished. The Fine Gael MEP […]