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Meet the Irish living in Europe’s most expensive places to live: ‘There are pros and cons being here’

We’re top of the list in terms of EU living costs but three Irish expats tell Molly O’Connor and Aoife Breslin they’re hardly high on the hog away from it

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Jack Ryan from Co Meath, who lives in Sweden

Jack Ryan from Co Meath, who lives in Sweden

Jack Ryan

Jack Ryan

Eoin O'Shea with his son Emil. Both live in Denmark

Eoin O'Shea with his son Emil. Both live in Denmark

Aine Mullins who's based in Luxembourg

Aine Mullins who's based in Luxembourg

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Jack Ryan from Co Meath, who lives in Sweden

A recent report from Eurostat revealed Ireland, with Denmark, is the joint most expensive place to live in the EU.

People here pay far more than the EU average for food, drink, energy, transport, communications and restaurants.


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