The State 'could have saved €8bn by burning the bondholders'

Neil Michael
September 2015
Daily Mail;9/11/2015, p16
THE ECB was more interested in prioritising wider EU issues than it was in the State's problems when giving us an ultimatum about a bailout, the Banking Inquiry heard.


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