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Why Brexit will be good for Ireland’s economy

A glance at official figures on Ireland’s international trade Continue reading

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Powerless to act, or acting powerless?

Is it true that we are helpless to protect our fellow citizens of the world? Continue reading

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Is iRISH government right to appeal Apple verdict?

If the tax agreement were to be summed up in a conversation between Apple and Ireland, it would go something like this… Continue reading

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A Brand new notion of revolutionary Ireland

I never envisaged myself agreeing with anything to come out of Russell Brand’s mouth. Misogynistic was my general impression of the comic. However, he recently guest edited the New Statesman, changing my opinion of him entirely. Russell may indeed embody … Continue reading

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