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As you were: the budget with little impact

Following a very vanilla budget, the verdict is in on how people perceive the government and opposition parties - and there are no obvious winners

22nd October, 2017
Gerry Adams of Sinn FéinPA

The fanfare surrounding the budget is over, and the impact on how people perceive both government and opposition parties is in. No real change.

It is what we should have expected. First, the budget was not a giveaway and made only small adjustments for most.

Also none of it, as yet, has had any real impact on those that might gain somewhat from what was provided.

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