Opinion

Lucinda Creighton: The Fiscal Advisory Council won’t be taken seriously if it continues to cry wolf

Ifac’s role is vital, possibly never more so, but it needs to stick to its guns

While consumer confidence dipped in the past year due to energy costs and inflation, it has shown signs of recovery in recent months

Ireland in 2023 is in a positive position as the government approaches its annual October budget. The country continues to enjoy unprecedented corporate tax revenues and full employment, whereby anyone who wishes to work can. While consumer confidence dipped in the past year due to energy costs and inflation, it has shown signs of recovery in recent months.

The main pressure on the government continues to be the demand from lobby groups to spend more ...