Archive | November, 2012

Austerity? What Austerity!

Conor McGarry has analysed the data from the Department of Finance monthly exchequer statements 1998 – 2012 and has discovered something rather interesting – the data shows that under the FG/Lab Government spending has actually been increasing, yet Austerity is defined as the policy of deficit-cutting by lowering spending. 2010 – €47b 2011 – €48b 2012 – €50.3b […]

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Wicklow Children Referendum Tally 2012

The tally will start with the count at 9am, and is made possible due to representatives from all parties and civic groups working together and is usually extremely accurate. The boxes are normally opened in numeric order so there will be regional shifts during the tally. Live updates through Twitter, just click here to view. […]

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