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False promises based on false premises are extreme folly

‘Rent certainty’ gives huge protection to incumbents, but does so at the expense of everybody else

25th October, 2015
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The Labour Party isn’t fooling anybody with its calls for ‘rent certainty’ to be linked to the consumer price index (CPI), unless the nation is populated by financially illiterate people, which I don’t believe to be the case.

That is why it is correct for Fine Gael to resist measures which have already proven to be ineffective countless times in Europe and elsewhere.

We can take the sabre rattling...

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