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Labour’s refusal to enter government formation talks should serve as a warning to the Irish electorate
Leo Varadkar’s suggestion yesterday [May 15th] that tax rises may be necessary following COVID-19 is just the start of what is set to be a difficult period for the next government – whatever its political makeup.
Brexit deadlocks look set to remain a mainstay of the news cycle for the foreseeable future, as the European Union and the United Kingdom continue to operate on different wavelengths after concluding the latest round of talks on their future relationship.
The Economic and Social Research Institute’s latest publication, Minimum Wage Policy in Ireland, paints a picture of how Ireland’s economic response to COVID-19 has affected lower-income workers in society. The results are counter-intuitive and paradoxical, and...
Four. That is the width of the majority a Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael-Green Party coalition would possess if government formation talks prove successful and should no mercenaries come onboard. The stability of Fine Gael’s majority of minus 13 in their confidence and supply...
Ireland’s Gross Domestic Product is to shrink by greater than the European Union average this year, and the recovery next year will equal to that experienced on average by our European counterparts - that is according to the European Commission’s Spring 2020 forecast...
“People only accept change when they are faced with necessity, and only recognize necessity when a crisis is upon them.” - Jean Monnet, EU founding father. he above quote is taken from the memoirs of Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the...
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