Monday September 21, 2020

The old order swept away

While Fianna Fáil pack their bags in preparation for a long absence from the Dáil, the rest of us have serious decisions to make about how this country can move forward

27th November, 2010
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After the shock delivered to the country by the arrival of the IMF ten days ago, last week saw the reality of what this means as the government’s four-year plan for spending and cuts was published.

It’s clear that profound social, economic and political changes are under way in our country.

They are the consequences of choices either we have made, or which are now inevitable. But other huge choices remain...

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