Tuesday June 2, 2020

'Focus on infrastructure, not tax cuts' call

Social Justice Ireland urges spending on broadband, social housing

18th July, 2016
SJI wants 600m for social housing Pic: RollingNews.ie

The head of think-tank Social Justice Ireland has said government spending on infrastructure would be a far better use of resources than giving tax cuts as incentives to lure 'Brexit refugees' from the City of London to Dublin.

Dr Seán Healy was speaking as the group launched its briefing document on the policy choices facing the Government in the budget.

The group has also called for a social welfare package including an increase...

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