Proposed economic policies will be difficult to implement

The latter half of the election debate has seen battle joined – at last – on the economic programmes. Points have been scored and accusations flung on the basis of the detailed programmes put out by Fianna Fail and Fine Gael and the Labour Party.

19th May, 2007

The latter half of the election debate has seen battle joined – at last – on the economic programmes. Points have been scored and accusations flung on the basis of the detailed programmes put out by Fianna Fail and Fine Gael and the Labour Party.

There are legitimate question marks over the programme assumptions on economic growth and a serious risk that slower growth will require difficult choices. However, there is another elephant in the...

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