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# Bail Out

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Sport Ireland say rescue deal depends on FAI implementing rule changes
Sport Ireland have warned the FAI to pass governance reforms at their EGM or face missing out on funding.
'It should not be seen as the government having sold out': Ross's message to officials before FAI bailout
There was a lot of back and forth before the government agreed to bail out the FAI in late January.
PFAI chasing €1m Uefa loan to help clubs through shutdown crisis
Irish players union worried about League of Ireland players being paid if government extends ban on large public gatherings beyond 29 March.
Eight years and three bailouts later, Greece's debt crisis is finally over
Greece’s economy has stabilised after being in turmoil for many years.
Newport Gwent Dragons set for name change as WRU near takeover deal
WRU chief executive Martyn Phillips says the move will safeguard the future of rugby in the region.
Poll: Should the government bail out mortgage holders who are in arrears?
A plan has been submitted to the Department of Finance, but opinion is split.
End of the road for Nurburgring? Famous German track veers towards administration
Sebastian Vettel says it ‘would be an embarrassment’ not to race at the track, which is in danger of going bust.
Belgium to take control of part of Dexia bank
The Belgian state will buy the national subsidiary of Dexia for €4 billion. Dexia is the first banking victim of a new squeeze in European credit markets.
Slideshow: Europe's voice
Europeans are facing savage cuts, pension reform and surging tax rates to prevent their economies from crumbling – how are different countries are reacting?