While there was a multitude of themes in Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe’s budget speech, it is unlikely that historians looking back will call it anything but the Brexit budget.
Finance ministers traditionally face a simple binary choice on budget day: put more money into the economy, or take money out. But the spectre of a no-deal Brexit made Donohoe’s choices more blurry, less stark. On the one hand, he was understandably reluctant...
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