The Fianna Fáil MEP Barry Andrews is backing calls for a ‘common debt instrument’ to tackle the economic fallout of COVID-19 in Europe.
Ireland is one of nine countries to look for so called ‘corona-bonds’ which would see debt shared across member states.
It’s reported richer countries like Germany and the Netherlands oppose the idea.
Barry Andrews says it’s time for the EU to act in solidarity
Out words: states as well