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As our politicians ponder the summer from Ballybrit or wherever, there are two significant issues which will be in their thoughts in the lead up to the autumn.

1st August, 2009

As our politicians ponder the summer from Ballybrit or wherever, there are two significant issues which will be in their thoughts in the lead up to the autumn. The first, which divides opinion strongly, is the legislation to establish the National Assets Management Agency (Nama) published this week.

Ruairí Quinn and Brian Lenihan put up reasoned and coherent contributions to the initial discussions last week and it is to be hoped this tone will continue....

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