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Is an employee share purchase plan worth the investment? 0

I work for a large US multinational in Dublin and twice a year we can enrol in the company’s employee share purchase programme. This programme allows employees to put away

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More than 1,000 women to get reviews of smear tests soon 0

More than 1,000 women are to receive the results of a British review of their smear tests under the cervical cancer screening programme in the coming weeks, according to the

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Una Mullally: Tech sector is not being held to account for its nonsense 0

‘The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one’s real and one’s declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and

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Chorus of Tipperary emotion greets All-Ireland stars 0

There shouldn’t be anything particularly magical about Tipperary’s 28th All-Ireland title. In the context of recent years, the story almost seems bland. Limerick spent decades in the wilderness, only to

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Brexit risks to North will make Ministers and officials lose sleep 0

How do we get a grip on what a no-deal Brexit might feel like for us? It wouldn’t be a rerun of the period after 2008, when GDP crashed by

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Chris Johns: UK facing a future as a failed state after Brexit 0

Sterling staged a minor rally this week, driven by speculation about a Corbyn-led government of national unity (GNU). That’s one sentence I never thought I would write. GNUs are latest

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Irish politicians say Brexit report detailing hard Border ‘no surprise’ 0

Irish politicians have said a leaked report setting out British preparations for a hard Border in the event of a no-deal Brexit comes as no surprise. The documents, published by

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Issues over Public Services Card ‘certainly’ require change – Varadkar 0

Leo Varadkar has conceded there are “certainly issues that will need to be changed” in the wake of the controversy over the Public Services Card (PSC). There would have to

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John FitzGerald: Congestion charges may be the fairest way to tax road users 0

The establishment of the Irish Government Economic and Evaluation Service has increased the analytic capacity within the Departments of Finance and of Public Expenditure, as well as across individual departments

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Degrowth fetishists, just be honest: you would make people poorer to fight climate change 0

International financial markets believe recession may be coming. Germany’s economy is contracting, a no-deal Brexit could soon drag Ireland under, and Mother Nature is having a toga party round her

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