'The Anglo promissory-note payments are gone': Enda Kenny

Enda Kenny has confirmed a long-term bank debt deal has been agreed with the European Central Bank.

He said the negotiations were concluded and that "a more sustainable arrangement is in place".

He said: "The Anglo promissory-note payments are gone".

More to come.

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