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# Policy

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Self-employed people earning over €100,000 'should get a tax cut'
Many Irish retailers think Brexit will do more damage to their business than the recession
Poll: Should private pensions be mandatory for all private-sector workers?
Ryanair: 'Unfortunately, Brexit is in the hands of politicians who don't think rationally'
'Our challenges will not disappear, they will intensify. We need to invest in Ireland now'
Gerard Brady
This is how the long-delayed Metro North could be sped up
Michael O'Leary claims 'bureaucratic dither' is holding up Dublin Airport's new runway
This is how the long-delayed Metro North could be sped up
The minimum wage has been tipped to rise - and employers aren't happy
Businesses have narrowly voted to keep Dublin Town after a divisive scrap over its future
'Planning is taking much longer. Onshore wind farms have taken a hammering'
Why Ireland needs better share incentives to help smaller firms keep their staff
Sarah Connellan
Why Irish fishers are right to be worried about the UK taking back control of its waters
Poll: Do you think it's a good idea to hire a private firm to chase TV licence dodgers?
Fáilte Ireland is calling for 'a new perspective' on how to attract big-ticket sporting events
Why Ryanair has gone to war with 'claim chasers'
'It'll be better for patients': Generic drugs firms want a new price deal with the HSE
Another twist in the Dublin Town row as the 'no' side claims that ballot papers are missing
Why Ryanair has gone to war with 'claim chasers'
People working illegally in Ireland are most likely to be employed in takeaways
Another twist in the Dublin Town row as the 'no' side claims that ballot papers are missing
Irish retailers want more spot checks of dodgy markets
Motor insurance offices raided by the consumer watchdog in relation to alleged price-fixing
Poll: Should Ireland sell more of its bank shares this year?
A major hotel due to replace a 'scourge' of Dublin's north side has been branded 'monolithic'
Why Ryanair has gone to war with 'claim chasers'
Ex-Department of Finance boss and Rubberbandits call for bold Limerick redesign
Dairygold's CEO: 'We can't get our heads around the thought of a hard Brexit'
A major hotel due to replace a 'scourge' of Dublin's north side has been branded 'monolithic'
Irish people will soon be able to take a stake in local renewable energy projects
Why Ryanair is right to worry about post-Brexit flyers being 'back on boats'
The claims and counterclaims at the heart of the bitter Dublin Town row
A major hotel due to replace a 'scourge' of Dublin's north side has been branded 'monolithic'
The claims and counter-claims at the heart of the bitter Dublin Town row
The EU competition watchdog has slapped Google with a record fine
How Leo Varadkar's plan to 'ban' essential public sector workers from strikes could look
Avril Daly
Why Ryanair is right to worry about post-Brexit flyers being 'back on boats'
Irish people will soon be able to take a stake in local renewable energy projects
After today's share sale, how close is AIB to repaying taxpayers for its bailout?
How a top commercial property boss would fix struggling Irish town centres