Thursday February 20, 2020

Sinn Féin in power? Be afraid, be very afraid...

For an equity investor, the party’s policy proposals make for grim reading

5th August, 2018
Mary Lou McDonald: what will her party’s economic proposals mean for the markets?

Take a visit to the Sinn Féin website. Last week I did, for the first time ever. I wanted to know whether I should retire here or flee elsewhere – to Portugal, for example. Have you thought about that? Maybe not. Maybe you are still young and have children you want to educate at home. But will Sinn Féin’s policies on investment and taxation hamper the fulfilment of your aspirations for those children, their education...

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