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SBP Editorial: We need a real debate about Irish business

3rd January, 2016

An election is beckoning. It will be dominated by a myriad of important issues – the quality of our health service, the economy, education policy, social concerns and tax reform. There will be promises, pledges and a great deal of political posturing. Over the course of the campaign, small issues will become big issues. Meanwhile, issues that should be big will become small.

Amid the campaign clatter, it is crucial that we have a thorough...

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