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Use proceeds of bank sales to invest in our country

13th December, 2015
Storm Desmond has hit Ireland hard in the last week

Recent news headlines have been dominated by the impact of Storm Desmond, highlighting the need for flood control and long-term investment in tackling the effects of climate change.

Investment is also urgently needed to solve the housing crisis, to head off another winter of people on hospital trolleys and to immediately create jobs.

But where is the money to come from? The crash of 2008 meant there was little money for investment. In 2013, public...

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