Lucinda Creighton: The government seems to think cheap money is here to stay
The planning behind our ’outdoor summer’ mantra was sorely lacking, and so too it seems is the economic planning behind our post-pandemic recovery
We have been warned repeatedly over the past 15 months about the need for caution, personal responsibility and a guarded approach to the Covid-19 pandemic. Health officials have taken to Twitter to scold us over some of our more spontaneous behaviour, and accused young people of engaging in “V-Day” type celebrations.
In fairness, it is difficult not to have sympathy for those people, many of whom have been confined to small bedrooms for work...
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