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#Spring Statement

# spring-statement - Tuesday 28 July, 2015

Eurostat's released its finding ... but the government's sticking to its guns on Irish Water

The European statistics agency says Irish Water has to remain part of the Exchequer’s accounts.

# spring-statement - Thursday 4 June, 2015

The government has been painting a too-rosy budget picture

Its fiscal advisory council has warned something will have to give.

# spring-statement - Wednesday 29 April, 2015

Enda reveals plan to cut USC and here's how it could affect your wages

The Taoiseach said the 7 per cent rate of USC will be cut in Budget 2016.

Howlin: I'm amazed people criticised the spring statement, it's full of 'real meat'

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…

# spring-statement - Tuesday 28 April, 2015

Why Fine Gael and Labour kickstarted their re-election campaign 10 months early

Analysis: The Spring Economic Statement was a PR exercise designed to be the opening salvo in a lengthy general election campaign.

From The Daily Edge 7 actually useful 'spring statements' to live by Spring Statement

7 actually useful 'spring statements' to live by

Feeling underwhelmed by the governement’s Spring Statement? We’ve got you covered.

As it happened: Everything you need to know about the spring statement Planning Ahead This post contains videos

As it happened: Everything you need to know about the spring statement

The government’s big announcement in the Dáil has been been criticised as a ‘PR exercise’. Here’s how it all unfolded.

A lot of people really weren't feeling the government's Spring Statement

The coalition’s much-hyped economic statement was released this afternoon, to an outburst of (mostly) joyous cynicism.

Stick with this guy and your living standards will improve every year until 2020

“We lost a decade during the recession and the lost decade is over now,” Michael Noonan said this morning.

Tax cuts and spending hikes: Are we back to the good times?

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…

# spring-statement - Monday 27 April, 2015

The government has a bumper €1.4 billion to give away in the next budget

The money is to be spent on tax cuts and all sorts of other electorate-pleasing jollies.

# spring-statement - Monday 13 April, 2015

Ireland's economy is racing ahead (but you might not get a pay rise just yet)

And some sectors will see a pay boost sooner than others.

# spring-statement - Wednesday 24 December, 2014

Joan Burton wants us all to talk about the economy next year

The Tánaiste has indicated that the government will be delivering a Spring Statement in the New Year.