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It's been a very long time since all the big red bits on the map vanished; we don't 'mourn' it, and most young Brits are probably barely aware of what 'The Commonwealth' (wealth? As an Englishman, I would rather not mention the Channel Tunnel, Millennium Dome etc.
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You might want to get someone to comment on how the Irish feel about Britain bailing out Greece and leaving them to continue to twist in the wind....
The UK can borrow money at a lower rate than Ireland, so use it and rebuild!
It is perhaps also worth mentioning that if Scotland was a totally independant 'island' nation, without the benefit of English contributions in the form of the 'Barnett Formula', paying its own way in the EU, and having to undercut to sell 'its' inferior crude oil on world markets, its current social expenditure would require an income tax rate of 113 pence in the pound :-) 86.1 (talk) , 26 November 2010 (UTC) i know that it's hard not to at the moment if you're irish, but i'd urge everyone to bear in mind that there are many things that wikipedia is not - soapbox, forum, publisher of original thought, or crystal ball.
I feel that the UK would have still 'chipped-in' even if Europe hadn't, even if it appeared as a sound, prudent 'loan' from which the UK will benefit in the long term in the sense of 'returns on bonds'.
It showed that somebody at least has long-term 'faith' in Ireland's ability to service the interest, which has not gone un-noticed on bond markets.
I was actually tempted to just turn Economic crisis of Ireland into a redirect without discussion - another user had actually prodded the page as original research/essay - but there is a lot of information there and some of it might be worth smerging here. Please participate on that page and not in this talk page section. —RMCD bot , 17 January 2013 (UTC) There is a move discussion in progress on Talk:2012–2013 Cypriot financial crisis which affects this page.
Please participate on that page and not in this talk page section. —RMCD bot , 19 March 2013 (UTC) An anon IP requested a page move (as "non controversial, technical") for this and many other similar articles. The "Great Recession" isn't widely used, and where it is, is generally taken to refer to 2007 to 2008, or 2009, depending on who you're reading.
Opinions are mixed, but I don't see how this represents 'hypocrisy'. I don't feel like a hypocrite, because I have been to a good few war cemeteries in Europe, and seen how many names on graves begin with O'.
We are also well aware of Ireland's very quirky interpretation of the word 'neutral' during 'the emergency'. 86.1 (talk) , 22 November 2010 (UTC) That doesn't make sense.