The economic fallout of Britain’s Brexit decision is really now coming home to roost
It may be legal, but this form of financialisation, facilitated by Irish legal firms, is doing serious damage to the Irish economy
Our education system cannot continue as it is - an income-contingent loan structure isn’t the worst solution
British citizens will soon realise that the Brexit vote was a vote for a smaller, poorer, less influential Britain
Will 5,000 barrow boys from the City of London decamping to the IFSC really help the post-Brexit Irish economy?
The Irish government has just delivered its summer economic statement. The numbers will now have to be revised
The European project’s mission is to prevent wars and create collaboration
We are back full circle to 2002 - but we have spending rules now
It is real and it’s not just confined to the capital
There’s a chance for joined up thinking - and a chance to change the face of the country
The diversion of profits displaces economic activity and compounds economic inequality
Non-fiction; And the Weak Suffer ; What They Must?; By Yanis Varoufakis ; Bodley Head, €23
Is it enough to solve our problems? No, it is not.