Towards a European debt conference

By Eoin Molloy

Alexis Tsipras, the leader of Greece’s left-wing Syriza party, has been sworn in as the embattled country’s new Prime Minister following his party’s landslide victory in a snap election help on Sunday, 25 of January.

Tsipras, who is Greece’s youngest prime minister in over a century at 40 years of age, was sworn in at a secular ceremony sporting his familiar no tie look.

So what exactly do Syriza stand for? They are the first euro-zone majority party to outwardly reject German-backed austerity. They are essentially a populist party who seek to achieve a better deal on the outstanding 240 billion Greek public debt.

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The daily-listy list: Top 5 ways you know that you are Irish citizen

By Eoin Molloy

In the past few years, online media has witnessed the entry of a new form of journalism: the listicle (cue dramatic music). It is about time we hear at TAB Magazine capitalised on this all-consuming, hard-hitting system of writing. So in the style of Buzzfeed, The Daily Edge and Elite Daily here is the list you simply have to read today, lol.

Disclaimer: this is definitely not clickbait.

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