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By: Nadeem_Walayat Since my May 2011 analysis, further research into the reasons for the differences in asking prices against valuations between areas has revealed the following possible explanations that are just as valid for most UK cities as they are … Continue reading
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 – by Staff Report The Giant Banks Are ALREADY State-Sponsored … So Why Not Create Public Banks to at Least Share the Gains, Help Out Main Street, and Grow Our Local Economies? … Economist Steve … Continue reading
The Irish government plans to institute a tax on private pensions to drive jobs growth, according to its jobs program strategy, delivered today. Without the ability sell debt due to soaring interest rates, and with severe spending rules in place … Continue reading
By Anne-Marie Walsh Industry Correspondent Friday May 06 2011 A HIGHLY paid teacher union leader who earns up to €158,000 a year has not taken a pay cut, although thousands of his members have had their salaries slashed. The 15,800 … Continue reading
Just one look at the so called “leading figures” is enough to disregard anything these self appointed saviours of the country have to say Continue reading
The Irish economy has been hit by a Perfect Storm that combines: a deeply rooted crisis in public finances; a structural collapse of the banking sector; an unemployment crisis stemming from the collapse of employment and jobs creation; a competitiveness … Continue reading
Tánaiste Mary Coughlan has insisted that the Government will not be walking away from the Croke Park deal There has been increasing speculation that the agreement on public sector pensions and reform could be under threat, given the deepening crisis in … Continue reading