# bailout - Today’s News
Let’s, like, find out?
# bailout - Sunday 13 December, 2015
“It’s not a milestone we ever wanted to mark, I assure you.”
# bailout - Tuesday 24 November, 2015
Communists, Greens and the Left Bloc have banded together to take power the majority.
# bailout - Monday 16 November, 2015
The government’s rent-control measures were announced last week.
# bailout - Saturday 24 October, 2015
The former Fianna Fáil minister gave a wide-ranging interview to RTÉ Radio 1 today.
# bailout - Thursday 22 October, 2015
One person says they’re “puzzled” the Taoiseach made the claim.
# bailout - Thursday 17 September, 2015
Bankers whose building society got a €5.4 billion bailout claim an investigation is “unconstitutional”
Irish Nationwide was folded into IBRC after its bailout.
# bailout - Thursday 10 September, 2015
Ajai Chopra claimed the ECB “went beyond its mandate” in letters sent by Jean-Claude Trichet to Brian Lenihan.
# bailout - Friday 21 August, 2015
It’s called Popular Unity.
# bailout - Friday 14 August, 2015
The country’s parliament has approved the deal after all-night talks.
# bailout - Tuesday 11 August, 2015
After night long talks with bailout negotiators at a central Athens hotel, the new multibillion-euro bailout deal has been closed.
# bailout - Monday 20 July, 2015
Greeks will be able to withdraw up to €420 at once per week.
“No home, no bathroom, no life.”
# bailout - Saturday 18 July, 2015
“Maybe [Tsipras] didn’t really have a plan.”
# bailout - Thursday 16 July, 2015
The EU has expressed its satisfaction with Greece as its parliament passes a sweeping austerity bill in advance of the country’s third bailout.
The Taoiseach has been defending the government’s stance on Greece.
# bailout - Wednesday 15 July, 2015
A cunning plan or desperate measures?
# bailout - Tuesday 14 July, 2015
Bad news for the committee.
He added that he plans to carry out his responsibilities in office for the next four years.
# bailout - Monday 13 July, 2015
A deal has been agreed – but it still needs to clear the Greek parliament.
Politics could still stymie the country’s third rescue package.
But some ordinary Greeks support a new bailout as the only option for their country.
# bailout - Sunday 12 July, 2015
Merkel turns the screw as Greece faces intense pressure to accept tough reforms and austerity measures
Tonight’s talks have been described as a “mental waterboarding” of the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
# bailout - Saturday 11 July, 2015
Ballyhea Says No began marching against the Irish bailout in 2011.
# bailout - Friday 10 July, 2015
The country is looking for a €53 billion bailout.
# bailout - Thursday 9 July, 2015
We pursue it, discuss it, count it and obsess over it… but do we ever really think about what ‘money’ is?
# bailout - Wednesday 8 July, 2015
Alexis Tsipras has vowed to present “credible” reform plans before a deadline of tomorrow night.
The former Taoiseach also said he underestimated the impact of the IMF coming to town.
# bailout - Tuesday 7 July, 2015
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
# bailout - Monday 6 July, 2015
It is in all our interests to bind up the economic and political wounds of the past seven years.
# bailout - Sunday 5 July, 2015
Celebrations are underway in Athens this evening.
# bailout - Saturday 4 July, 2015
“Why did they force us to close the banks? To instill fear in people. And spreading fear is called terrorism.”
The Greek problem will never be solved within the eurozone. It’s time to let them leave the euro, default on their loans, and try to rebuild from there with the drachma.
# bailout - Friday 3 July, 2015
The future is uncertain, but it’s the people of Greece who are feeling the effects.
# bailout - Thursday 2 July, 2015
The main bone of contention in negotiations between Greece and its creditors has been how to resolve the pension system. But why is it such a huge issue?
*It wasn’t really them.
# bailout - Tuesday 30 June, 2015
The deadline of 11pm has been and gone.
# bailout - Monday 29 June, 2015
European finance ministers are on edge – are you concerned?