The Irish budget: The nightmare before Christmas

BBC News2010-12-07
Continue reading the main story Global Economy Europe's bad debt 'dominoes'? Leaving the euro: how would it work? Q&A: Why bond markets matter EU austerity drive country by country The Irish finance minister, Brian Lenihan, is expected to unveil the toughest budget in the country's history on Tuesday afternoon. It will also be the first since the European-IMF bail-out loan announced last month. BBC Northern Ireland's Dublin correspondent Shane Harrison looks at some of its possible consequences. The Irish have gone from worrying about bad economic forecasts to dreadful weather forecasts because of a particularly sharp cold spell....
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