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# Policy

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'They're criminals': One business group wants to jail people who make false court claims
Poll: Is the help-to-buy scheme a bad idea?
How a top commercial property boss would fix struggling Irish town centres
A new venture from Hassle's Irish creator brings a taste of The Sims to home renovations
These are all the key points you need to know about the AIB share sale
Poll: Should Ireland spend its 'rainy day' billions?
Off-licences say online sellers are dodging high alcohol taxes by labelling drinks 'collectables'
Older people overpaying €1,000 for health insurance as they're 'afraid to switch plan'
A new venture from Hassle's Irish creator brings a taste of The Sims to home renovations
Public-sector workers will get pay restoration by 2020 - at a cost of €887m
The pent-up demand for property risks overheating the economy
'Not acceptable' that AIB could pay no tax on profits for up to 30 years
'Not acceptable' that AIB could pay no tax on profits for up to 30 years
Irish builders may soon be forced to join a register to prove they're competent
'A devastating effect on my tranquil home': Two locals stall Intel's €3.6bn factory plan
'A devastating effect on my tranquil home': Two locals stall Intel's €3.6bn factory plan
Nama boss: 'About €35bn is gone, but it was gone before we were set up'
Three telcos are in hot water over 'inappropriate' marketing slipped into contract docs
Irish builders may soon be forced to join a register to prove they're competent
Nama boss: 'About €35bn is gone, but it was gone before we were set up'
Stripe's Patrick Collison to schmooze with the global elite at his Bilderberg debut
Irish builders may soon be forced to join a register to prove they're competent
The pound is taking a beating as a hung UK parliament looms
Ireland could learn a few things from the UK's quiet pensions revolution
Stephen Gillick
A state scheme to help fight the 'blight' of late payments is struggling for sign-ups
New hoteliers can't get insurance thanks to Ireland's 'compo culture'
Three telcos are in hot water over 'inappropriate' marketing slipped into contract docs
What these two would-be leaders are promising to do for Irish business
New hoteliers can't get insurance thanks to Ireland's 'compo culture'
The corporate watchdog 'fully accepts' Seán FitzPatrick trial flaws - and blames its own staff
Poll: Should 'essential' public-sector workers be banned from going on strike?
Ireland is one of the worst places for social entrepreneurs - here's why that needs to change
Deirdre Kiely
Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project
With its ridesharing plans parked, Uber struggles to justify more Irish investment
New hoteliers can't get insurance thanks to Ireland's 'compo culture'
Europe's company tax plans will benefit large countries while Ireland loses out
Joe Tynan
Ireland's largest private landlord is appealing 'exaggerated claims' against a Sandyford project
The EU says Ireland needs to hurry up and collect its €13 billion from Apple
The EU says Ireland needs to hurry up and collect its €13 billion from Apple
New rules for company accounts go a step too far - here's why small firms should beware
Liz Hughes