Saturday November 28, 2020

Ready, steady, SPEND

Even with a new finance minister, thre are some things that won't change on Budget Day.

27th November, 2004

Even with a new finance minister, thre are some things that won't change on Budget Day.

The minister will present the combination of technical alterations and minor tax cuts and welfare increases as a boon unmatched by any government anywhere, ever.

The Taoiseach will clap the minister on the back as he sits down, as much as to say, “Fair play, but I want some of the credit.”

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