Sunday December 8, 2019

Letters to the Editor

We welcome exclusive letters addressed to: The Letters Editor,The Sunday Business Post, Hambleden House, 19-26 Pembroke Street, Dublin 2; e-mail: [email protected]

30th August, 2015

Arthur Spring’s diatribe (SBP 23/8/15), while ostensibly a critique of Jeremy Corbyn’s candidacy for the position of leader of the British Labour Party, is an attempt to justify the policies of Blairism and, by extension, those of Irish Labour.

Spring claims to believe in left-wing politics, while later claiming Labour is on the centre left. The economic policies pursued by Irish Labour every time it was in government place it on the...

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