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Budget 2018: what each minister wants and they will actually get

Paschal Donohoe will unveil a budget that aims to balance the books aned yet be politically acceptable

10th October, 2017
Budget 2018

Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe will be the central focus when he presents his first budget at 1pm in the Dáil today. But once the Budget documentation is released, the political class, the media and the lobby groups will be frantically scanning through the pages to see which ministers have been the big winners or losers out of Budget 2018. Then there will be a series of press conferences in the hours...

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