We need a national emergency team for business recovery
The government must be cured of the idea that it understands business sectors better than those who run them
As the months pass by, our way of managing the pandemic is sowing damaging divisions in society. While we are all still in this together, some are economically insulated and others are not. The immediate economic impact of Covid-19 is not being shared equally, and the concentration of decision making has become alienating.
When Tánaiste Leo Varadkar drew fire for saying that members of the National Public Health Emergency Team (Nphet) would not suffer the...
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