WITH an above average marriage rate, a greater likelihood than the rest of us to own their homes outright and families less likely to have a single mother at the head, the population of Cork South West would appear to favour the traditional — and politics is no different.
Sat, 12 Feb, 2011
NOEL WHELAN claims that the flaw in Labour’s argument against a return to third level fees is that free fees means higher taxation (Irish Examiner, May 15). Labour, he says, assume the taxation pool has no withdrawal limits. Ultimately, he claims, our approach chokes enterprise. Instead, he says, fees can be used to provide better grants for the disadvantaged.
Tue, 20 May, 2003