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"Stop the bus, I wanna go...": Ministers head for key meetings on the austerity coach

Caption Competition: We’re wondering what the ministers are talking about as they emerge from the austerity bus that brought them to key meetings in Dublin last week.

NEW IMAGES HAVE emerged from last week’s North-South Ministerial Council meeting in Dublin which give an indication of the more austere approach of the current government in light of these strained economic times.

As had been reported on Friday, ministers would be travelling by bus to the meetings with their Northern Ireland counterparts at Farmleigh House.

But only now have these images, taken by Niall Carson at Press Association, emerged of the cabinet hopping off the bus on Friday morning, some looking a little confused by it all, others taking it in their stride.

But what do you think they’re saying to each other as they emerge? Leave your suggestions in the comments section below. The best one features in tonight’s Daily Fix.

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