Fr Sean Healy, the director of the Conference of Religious in Ireland (Cori), yesterday called on the government to adopt a "new agenda" in the forthcoming social partnership talks that involved a "fairer" tax regime and increased social welfare.
Healy, who was invited to address last year's Fianna Fail annual September meeting in Inchydoney, Co Cork, said the government needed to “secure fairness and well-being'‘ for everyone. He was speaking at the Hubert/Davitt Summer School...
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