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# Debt forgiveness

All time
Greek and German ministers 'can't even agree to disagree' over debt forgiveness
Ireland got 'stuffed' on banking debt - Martin Wolf
Irish mortgage arrears tracked by Fitch are higher than ever
Call for SME debt forgiveness to drive recovery
Column: Our lack of willingness to promote transparency is damaging developing countries
Morina O’Neill
Column: The UK will continue to be a far friendlier place for those drowning in debt
Ronan Coburn
Interview: 'People have had enough, debt write-down is the only solution now' - Nick Webb
Christina Finn
Poll: If you were/are in mortgage arrears would you be in favour of renting your home?
Report rules out blanket debt forgiveness on mortgages
Keane report on mortgages to be published
Negative equity should not mean debt forgiveness - Rabbitte
Mortgage defaults 'could cost banks up to €10bn' - FF
Michael Noonan: "No magic bullet" for mortgage debt relief
Banks' capital cannot be 'frittered away' - Noonan
Govt rules out blanket debt forgiveness - but Noonan says banks can write off mortgages
One in 14 mortgages in 90 days' arrears
Claims for mortgage supplement now five times higher than in 2007
The Daily Fix: Sunday
Burton calls on banks to do more for struggling mortgage holders
Column: Time to think outside the box on Irish banks
Nick Leeson
Writing off mortgage debt is an "emergency" need
Couple's €200k mortgage write-off 'wasn't unusual' - insider
Column: We must seize the day when Greece defaults, warns Nick Leeson
Nick Leeson
G8 talks to focus on support for Arab nations
Former nightclub tycoon understands people being driven to suicide by debt
Master of the High Court calls for debt forgiveness
Poll: Should banks write off unpaid mortgage debt?