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Read in full: The leaked European Commission document into Ireland's economy

The full draft document reveals the Irish government’s fears about a mass boycott of water charges, criticism over the costs of legal services in Ireland, and Troika suggestions to cut public sector pay.

OVER THE PAST three days, has brought you extensive coverage of a leaked European Commission report into Ireland’s economy.

The draft report goes into detail about suggestions and criticisms for how Ireland is proceeding after the 2010 bailout and where more money could be saved. In it, the Troika recommends extensive cuts to doctors’ salaries and the cost of medicine, further pay cuts for all public sector workers and legal rules which would require local authorities to break even.

It alo reveals how the Department of Social Protection is planning to hire private companies to find work for the long-term unemployed, and documents the Irish government’s fear of a mass boycott over the planned water charges.

Here, in full, is the document:

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In full:’s coverage on the leaked European documents >

Read: Troika wants less pay, more hours for public sector workers >

Commission: Legal services are still too expensive in Ireland >

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