Thursday August 13, 2020

Editorial view: The people have done their bit, now it’s the politicians’ turn

As we inch back towards a kind of normality, speed is of the essence in forming a new government

7th June, 2020

Tomorrow marks a welcome return to some form of normality for parts of the country. Tens of thousands of workers will return to employment as more of the economy returns to life, and at a greater speed following Friday’s announcement by the Taoiseach that the phased awakening from hibernation is being brought forward.

There will be some who fear that economic considerations and lobbying by vested interests have weighed more on the government...

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