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Ireland's key plan to pay back EU/IMF loan is faltering

One of Ireland's key plans to pay back its massive EU/IMF bailout loan appears to be faltering.

The republic wants every home to pay a blanket 100 euros levy but the tax is being fiercely resisted.

The BBC's Andy Martin reports from County Donegal, where up to three quarters of the people living there have refused to pay up.

  • 24 Apr 2012
  • From the section Europe