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Stephen Kinsella: US economic model not best for Irish workers

Ireland is a European country, but culturally and economically we are much closer to the US

29th January, 2017
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Boston or Berlin?

Here’s where we are at the end of the first month of 2017. Theresa May is in London, trying to take Britain out of the European Union. Donald Trump is in Washington DC, trying to build walls and erect tariffs. Angela Merkel is in Berlin, veering to the right to stay in power. In France, Marine Le Pen, a hard-right candidate, is likely to clash with two other right-wing candidates to see who can be...

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