Pension inequality must be addressed

There is a small but growing industry and a great deal of political rhetoric dedicated to the pursuit of equality in Ireland.

6th October, 2007

There is a small but growing industry and a great deal of political rhetoric dedicated to the pursuit of equality in Ireland.

But amid the forests of print and the gales of hot air produced on the subject in recent years, there is little clarity about what the idea means as a set of political or social objectives.

Most calls for equality are essentially calling for the greater extension of the state’s hand in this...

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