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#Bilateral Bailout

# bilateral-bailout - Friday 23 September, 2011

Ireland to draw down UK bilateral loan 'shortly' - Noonan

Ireland is to draw down the first €463 million of its loans from Britain in the coming weeks, finance minister Michael Noonan says.

# bilateral-bailout - Saturday 3 September, 2011

Kind words from IMF as new bailout loans are approved

Ireland’s about to go €7.5bn further into the red – but the IMF insists that there’s cause for optimism as it approves new loans.

# bilateral-bailout - Friday 22 July, 2011

UK agrees to cut interest rate on bilateral Irish bailout

George Osborne says Ireland had been paying too much interest on European loans, and cuts the rate on his own.

# bilateral-bailout - Tuesday 24 May, 2011

Britain 'does not intend' to hand over Dublin-Monaghan files

David Cameron told Enda Kenny that Britain had handed over whatever files it thought were appropriate to investigations.

# bilateral-bailout - Monday 13 December, 2010

Cowen to meet Clegg over UK's bailout loan

The Taoiseach and deputy Prime Minister will meet on the Isle of Man on the fringes of a British-Irish Council meeting.

# bilateral-bailout - Monday 22 November, 2010

UK and Sweden offer over €9bn in bailout loans

George Osborne says the UK is ready to offer ‘around’ £7bn, while Sweden is ready to pledge $1.5bn, in bilateral aid.