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“Fairness for the small self-employed employers” All of our problems stem from the same point! Unemployment ,and the continuing loss of jobs are the government’s biggest failure. It is well-known that over 80% of the jobs still available come from small … Continue reading
Where have all the performing loans gone? August 7, 2010 by namawinelake The last two weeks have seen suggestions that perhaps as much as €8bn of largely performing loans that were NAMA-bound will no longer come within the agency’s control, … Continue reading
Tanaiste@entemp.ie to me show details 2:24 PM (2 hours ago) in reply to my posting Unemployment figures & the FAS Con! Dear Mr. Clarke, I wish to acknowledge receipt of your email. I will bring it to the Tánaiste’s attention. Yours … Continue reading
“Deep divisions” are opening up in Irish society and attempts are being made to drive a wedge between public sector and private sector workers, Eamon Gilmore told the annual conference of Labour Youth in the Mansion House Dublin last night. … Continue reading
Everybody else had to pay only not us, this gent was quite happy to see other people lose their jobs and their pensions, get their dole money cut or even get nothing at all but when it comes to his … Continue reading
Scaremongering but who’s doing it? Finance Minister Brian Lenihan also warned yesterday that if Irish voters snubbed the treaty the result would “shatter international confidence” and lead to continued scarcity of funding and increased borrowing costs.(Looking for a yes vote) … Continue reading
Mr Brian Lenihan said today NAMA may lead to the government taking bigger stakes in the financial institutions. Should the losses of the banks be on a very large scale, a “substantial stake” would have to be taken, the minister … Continue reading