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If we want more money for public services, then more than just the rich must pay

The next government faces some big fiscal choices, but it remains to be seen if the ground will shift left

16th February, 2020
The degree of fiscal conservatism of the last decade has been unusual.

It seems we now have the most left-leaning Dáil in decades. And although at this stage we are not yet clear on what shape the government is going to take, there is a good chance that we may also end up with the most left-leaning administration in decades too.

As a result, it’s apt to ask whether Irish businesses should be concerned about the kind of economic and fiscal policies that might be...

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