Saturday December 7, 2019

Pat Rabbitte: Of course Noonan is trying to win the election

To criticise the budget because it precedes a general election is meaningless

18th October, 2015

‘Who speaks of Syriza now?”

Brendan Howlin’s jibe hit home. Not a peep from former Syriza lovers Paul Murphy, Gerry Adams and Shane Ross or their followers. Ireland has left its years of crisis behind. Syriza failed and the people of Greece are still mired in deep economic turmoil. Ireland is out of the woods even if there remains a fragility, mainly due to global factors, about the economic recovery.

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