Analysis: Why preparing this Budget has been an almost impossible job
Paschal Donohoe must yearn for the days when Brexit was the greatest uncertainty
Has a Budget ever been prepared amid such an atmosphere of uncertainty?
Last year, Paschal Donohoe thought he faced an enormous challenge in drawing up a Budget without knowing whether the UK would crash out of the EU without a deal or if an orderly exit would be agreed.
A year later and how he must pine for the simpler days when Brexit was the only major uncertainty to contend with.
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