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

15th September, 2019
Voters spurn budget tax cuts in favour of more public spending
Michéal Martin and Leo Varadkar: still political partners – for the moment

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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