In a departure from previous practice, the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Brendan Howlin, will present details of spending plans for next year.
While the government parties appear to have agreed quickly enough the tax measures in the budget, the spending cuts have been more contentious. We already know that €2.2 billion in cuts is to be made - and that €750 million of this is to come from capital spending. The broad details...
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