Saturday February 22, 2020

Budget 2017: Live

Despite being one of the most-leaked budgets in recent memory, there's a lot about today's announcements that we still don't know. And with around €1.2 billion in tax cuts and spending increases up for grabs, it will also be one of the first times we get to see the results of Ireland's 'new politics'. Follow our live blog for updates, analysis and reaction from The Business Post team throughout the day.

11th October, 2016
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