Who said it?

'A bailout from the German Chancellor with a few shillings of sympathy from the British Chancellor on the side' - the Irish Times asks, somewhat melodramatically, if a bailout from the IMF is what men died for in 1916. The mood in Ireland has been downcast since the country's rapid economic slide - just a few years after being lauded for its economic transformation.

by Elizabeth Anderson
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

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