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Borrowing and bombs: The week in quotes

They said what? TheJournal.ie looks back at the week in words.

WE’VE PAID €1.25BN back to the senior bondholders in Anglo amid warnings of a ‘bomb’ going off in Dublin.

There’s been a State of the Union, a copyright legislation controversy, and some words from the Taoiseach that did not go down well at all.

Here is just some of what happened over the past week, in quotes:

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