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Last month the EU agreed a loan of €85bn to bail out Ireland from its economic crisis. Earlier this week chancellor George Osborne confirmed the UK's contribution and separate loan could amount to over £7bn.

Which was why it was so nice this morning to read about state-owned Allied Irish Bank's intention to payout €40m (£33.5m) in bonuses to employees.

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