Eamon Delaney: Let’s have less tax and less spending

The political envy-mongers are ensuring that we punish success and crucify those who work

9th October, 2016

Facing into the 2017 budget, a crushing sense of disappointment grows that nothing substantial will be done by the government for working families, the ‘squeezed middle’ and the middle income taxpayer.

This is despite the fact that such people represent the bulk of support for the two main parties, Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.

But it seems as if assorted quangos, conventional wisdoms and the pressure of Sinn Féin and the left,...

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