DANIEL MCCONNELL: The centre is finding it pretty hard to hold

It has been far more difficult for my generation to get on the property ladder, we have no hope of having a pension like those of the baby boomers, writes Daniel McConnell

The finance minister has been on on a sort of one-man mission to defend the centre from noisy populist fringe voices. Picture: Marc O'Sullivan

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