Saturday October 31, 2020

SBP Editorial: How the EU sees us

28th February, 2016

Last Friday, quietly amid the virtual blanket coverage afforded the general election, the European Commission issued a press release announcing that it would be delaying the publication of its country report on Ireland.

This was a sensible decision – to weigh in during polling day in an election where so many of the issues were heavily weighted on financial and domestic economic issues would have been an unconscionable intrusion into the sovereign democratic process. But...

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