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#Memorandum of Understanding

# memorandum-of-understanding - Monday 19 January, 2015

Are the British and Irish armies teaming up?

A new agreement aims to bring about greater cooperation between the two armies.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Sunday 13 April, 2014

It's official: The Government has cancelled its Midlands wind energy export plan

Ireland and the UK couldn’t agree on a final deal.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Thursday 26 September, 2013

Troika told that Ireland will speed up repossession processes

The latest MOU between the Irish government and the Troika shows that steps have been taken to ensure that when repossession is merited, the procedures will be “timely and accurate”.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Wednesday 3 July, 2013

Government signs agreement to work with Germany on youth employment

Today 20 EU leaders attended a summit on youth employment which Sinn Féin has described as an “election stunt”.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Sunday 21 October, 2012

Budget 2013: Noonan pledges no increase in income tax rates, bands

Michael Noonan says the commitments in the programme for government – not to raise rates or bands – still apply.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Tuesday 27 March, 2012

Three-quarters of homes still to pay household charge

395,232 homes had paid the charge by 5pm this evening – that’s just under a quarter of the 1.6 million liable homes.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Thursday 23 February, 2012

FF's Martin attacks "bare-faced lies" over sale of state assets

Micheál Martin says Labour ministers are “covering their tracks” by claiming Fianna Fáil agreed to the sale of state assets.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Wednesday 15 February, 2012

Rabbitte, McGrath in war of words over state assets

Fianna Fáil’s finance spokesman takes issue with Pat Rabbitte’s claims that the sale of state assets was demanded by FF.

The 9 at 9: Wednesday

Nine things you need to know by 9am, including: Enda heads Stateside (again), penalties for jobseekers turning down work, and good news on the jobs front for Dublin.

Tougher sanctions on way for jobseekers

The Government is looking at ways to impose tougher penalty sanctions on jobseekers who do not take advantage of all employment opportunities.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Tuesday 14 February, 2012

Latest memorandum reveals more austerity ahead in Budget 2013

The latest memorandum of understanding between Ireland and the Troika also states for the first time that money raised from the sale of State assets can be used for reinvestment in the economy.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Sunday 5 February, 2012

Taoiseach: Bailout funds are not dependent on fiscal compact

Enda Kenny says the EU-IMF bailout supersedes the new European deal, and that Ireland’s access to funding is safe.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Thursday 19 January, 2012

5 things we learned at today's bailout press conference

There were five things worth noting from today’s press conference with Brendan Howlin and Michael Noonan. Here they are.

As it happened: Noonan and Howlin discuss the latest Troika review Troika This post contains videos

As it happened: Noonan and Howlin discuss the latest Troika review

We liveblogged events from Government HQ as the ministers hosted a press briefing on the latest EU-IMF review of Ireland.

# memorandum-of-understanding - Wednesday 4 May, 2011

Government to centralise borrower data under revised EU-IMF deal

The Department of Finance’s draft memorandum of understanding also includes renewed plans to sell €73bn of bank assets.