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    Drivetime Thursday 7 February 2013



    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

    Deal on Anglo Promissory Notes agreed

    Press conference of Finance Minister Michael Noonan and Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin to explain the deal

    Prom Notes Deal - Seamus Coffey

    UCC Economist Seamus Coffey on what the deal will mean for Ireland and the ECB

    Interpreting Mario Draghi

    Philip Boucher-Hayes and the Frankfurt press corps interpret the response to ECB chief Mario Draghi's "noting" of the prom notes deal

    Prom Notes Deal - Joan Burton and Sheila Killian

    Social Protection Minister Joan Burton and Dr Sheila Killian of UL response to the deal on the Anglo promissory notes

    Minister Michael Noonan

    Mary Wilson speaks to the Finance Minister about the deal agreed with the ECB

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