The Tax Take
Don’t expect any tax-related amendments to the Constitution – it suits the government just fine the way it is.
I was very disappointed at the outcome of last week’s referendum. The other referendum, that is – the one that was all but overlooked in the public debate. Pat Leahy of this parish observed last Sunday that referendums can sometimes be the evidence of changes that have already taken place. Our decision not to reduce the age at which people could run for presidential election perhaps doesn’t say much for how the involvement of younger...
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