Voters spurn budget tax cuts in favour of more public spending
Latest poll shows extent of electorate’s fear of no-deal Brexit: 47% favour Varadkar to lead the country through the crisis
Almost two-thirds of voters have said they would be willing to forego budget tax cuts at a time of rising fears over the economic cost of a no-deal Brexit.
It comes as the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C opinion poll shows that Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are almost neck and neck ahead of the next general election, wiping out what had been a substantial Fine Gael lead during most of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s three...
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Proposal for expert panel to review capital projects over €100m
Large public capital projects could be run through an “independent panel of international experts” as part of public spending reforms, according to the Department of Public Expenditure
State body to reissue €28m office supplies contract
The contract covers the supply of office stationery to a range of government bodies and agencies, including the HSE, universities, hospitals, councils and schools
Sinn Féin open to coalition deal, but on condition of border poll
Party would launch the ‘largest public house building programme that Ireland has ever seen’ and a national health service
Fine Gael ‘will go to war’ if Bailey runs as independent
The party threatens to put significant financial resources behind its own candidates in bid to ensure that she is ‘never seen again’ in politics