Ireland austerity measures hit the disabled

An international cash life-line has kept the economy going, but many Irish people are still struggling to pay bills.

Last updated: 14 Nov 2013 18:03
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There’s some good news for one Eurozone member.
Ireland says it's ready to leave the international bailout programme next month without relying on backup credit.
But not everyone shares the government’s optimism.
Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee meets one family struggling to cope with the harsh reality of austerity.


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