Michael Murray: A few short years after the worst ever crash, Paddy is piling in yet again
If Paddy in the golf club is back into property, 'I have to do it too' appears to be the mentality
As a people, we have long memories of historic wrongs. But when it comes to property, memories fade quickly. Of course, there are no marketing gurus promoting the recall of long-term domestic economic and political history. But these days, our society is soaked with brand managers and backroom media and public relations spin doctors and lobbyists, the full power and force of which only regulators, politicians, and front line media ever see.
These spin doctors...
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