Can Cowen steer us out of choppy waters?

Another week, another set of gloomy figures from the Exchequer; another week of furrowed ministerial brows and another array of apocalyptic newspaper headlines.

5th July, 2008

Another week, another set of gloomy figures from the Exchequer; another week of furrowed ministerial brows and another array of apocalyptic newspaper headlines.

As the Lisbon Treaty and the very real issues presented by its rejection for the future direction of the country recede into the past - at least for the moment - the looming Everest of the deteriorating economic situation appears in the near distance before Brian Cowen in his first months as...

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