Promises, priorities and the to-do list

Income tax cuts, mortgage resolution and tackling the national debt top the agenda for the government's remaining term in office.

13th July, 2014

The government has published its priorities for its remaining term in office. The recent economic figures – indicating that the budget sums for 2015 will be a bit easier - increase the chances of the two parties holding together, as they lessen the need for further cuts and tax hikes. But the wish-list indicated in the programme will still be difficult to deliver.

The three senior officers in charge of economic ministries -Michael Noonan...

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