Wednesday July 15, 2020

What Budget 2019 did for motoring

Housing and health may dominate the budget headlines, but motorists weren’t ignored completely

14th October, 2018

I’ll concede that no annual budget by an Irish government can hope to keep all of the people happy all of the time, but it seems that ours has become frozen in the twin headlights of environmental concerns and fear of upsetting a large proportion of the electorate. So instead of introducing new policies, or even presenting what’s going to happen in the future, Budget 2019 did almost nothing to change the face of motoring...

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