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Budget 2018: All eyes on the ‘people who get up early in the morning’

Political editor Michael Brennan on what to expect from today's budget

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
10th October, 2017
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Finance minister Paschal Donohoe

Last year, “the centre must hold” was the most remarked upon catchphrase from Paschal Donohoe's budget speech.

This time, all eyes will be on whether Budget 2018 will be one for the ‘people who get up early in the morning’

Our very talented cartoonist Gerard Crowley (AKA Scratch) has already picked up on this in his brilliant illustration.

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