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Watch: Should Ireland leave the euro?

Following the most recent announcements on bilateral fiscal agreement between Germany and France, TheLineIreland took to the streets to ask YOU if you think Ireland should duck back into its own currency…

FINANCE MINISTER Michael Noonan has said that France and Germany’s tax unity is “no threat” to Ireland’s corporation tax. However, not everyone is convinced that the fiscal union announced on this issue yesterday by Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy.

Is it time for Ireland to get out of the euro currency? Most of the respondents in this video vox pop by our friends at TheLineIreland were keeping their cool on this one:


What do you think? Should Ireland leave the euro? Vote here:

Poll Results:

Yes (559)
No (484)


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