Ireland’s bailout bill got a lot bigger last week as the nationalization of a second major bank pushed the country’s tab over the $60 billion mark. Some citizens, agitated by the state of things, drove a cement truck slathered with anti-bank slogans right up to the Irish Parliament on Wednesday, blocking the building’s entrance.

Earlier this month the Irish government announced it would move ahead with a plan to split troubled Anglo Irish Bank into two parts.

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