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# banking debt

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After five long years, Ballyhea will march to say “No” for final time today
Their campaign will continue, however.
Mathews wants all the political parties to support his European Parliament bid
Ireland needs a “straight-talking team” of 11 MEPs to help negotiate a debt write down, the Independent TD believes, but he has not held talks with any of the parties about joining them or getting their support.
'They have a handle on it': Noonan plays down fears over RSA Insurance
“The Central Bank are happy now that they have a full handle on it,” Michael Noonan has told the Dáil this morning.
Column: The UK will continue to be a far friendlier place for those drowning in debt
The new Personal Insolvency Act may work for some but it’s deficient for a sizeable portion of distressed borrowers, writes Ronan Coburn.
Extract: How I got back in the driving seat with the banks
Revealing personal and confidential details in his new book, George Mordaunt talks about his own debt recovery programme and his struggle with the banks. He says debt resolution exists and questions why more don’t know about it.
Nick Leeson: The banks don't care so we need to look after each other
“As austerity bites to the knuckle, soup kitchens spring up around the country and children are sent to school hungry. It just seems so terribly wrong.”
The Evening Fix... now with added 90s TV stars
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
IMF turns up heat on demands for Irish bank debt deal
The latest IMF quarterly review says having the ESM take a direct stake in Irish banks is the best way back to the markets.
Not essential to have bank debt deal by end of October - Honohan
The Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan has said that he is confident that the government will “get a lot” from its negotiations aimed at reducing the bank debt.
National Irish Bank posts pre-tax loss of €161m
Bad debts and reduced customer demand the main factors behind increased loss compared to same period in 2010.