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News
Feb
5
How "bad jobs" contribute to low election turnout
Posted by on 05 February 2020 08:44 AM
Research shows that precarious work reduces political participation, increases inequalities and is detrimental for younger generations
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Feb
4
Sinn Féin defends manifesto after IBEC criticism
Posted by on 04 February 2020 05:22 PM
The head of the employers group IBEC, Danny McCoy, has claimed that Sinn Féin's election manifesto could have "grave implications" for Ireland's economy if it were implemented.
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Feb
2
What business groups want from the next government
Posted by on 02 February 2020 06:00 AM
Tackling rising insurance costs, a commitment to maintain our corporate tax rate and a cut to the rate of Capital Gains Tax are among the priorities set out out by business lobby groups in their wish lists ahead of Election 2020.
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Jan
31
'Substantial' votes hinge on key policy issues - poll
Posted by on 31 January 2020 03:26 PM
Party policies on pay, healthcare, housing, childcare and flexible working hours are likely to sway the votes of "substantial majorities" of the State's 300,000 employees in next week's election, according to a poll funded by the largest public service union Fórsa.
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Jan
16
Fine Gael in jobs pledge at economic plan launch
Posted by on 16 January 2020 01:23 AM
Fine Gael has pledged to keep wages rising and to create 200,000 new jobs between now and 2025.
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Jan
14
Economy most important, yet hardest issue in election
Posted by on 14 January 2020 11:11 AM
The economy is paradoxically the most important and hardest issue to pin down in any election and what defines the economy in the context of electing a government is up for grabs.
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