All pain, no gain: The Irish backlash that could mean a 'No' to Europe's austerity plans
By Hugo Brady,
27 May 2012
From The Telegraph
"A No vote in the only popular poll on current efforts to save the euro would be hugely damaging to the treaty, in that it would signal to investors that if it was put to a vote in many countries, it would not get past," said Hugo Brady, of the CER. "The sense of a backlash against austerity would be much enforced."