Tuesday June 2, 2020

Pat Leahy: Ministers are stirring up trouble by fuelling expectations they cannot possibly meet

The cabinet meets for the first time since July this Wednesday.

31st August, 2014
Everyone wants less taxation, and more spending. Well, of course they do

After a few holiday weeks when the returned abortion issue dominated the headlines, and political news was made by any minister who ventured near a microphone, normal political service will begin again this week.

The cabinet meets for the first time since July this Wednesday, with pressing budgetary matters uppermost on its agenda.

There is also the matter of the abortion bomb to tackle, though neither party is of a mind to do anything with...

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