Politicians must leave tweeting to the birds

I know my saying this may cause him to choke on his cornflakes this morning, but I agree with something Brendan Howlin said during the week. Commenting on Simon Coveney’s infamous outburst, he said people tended to use tweets as if they were talking to their neighbours rather to than the world. He was right.

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Bankruptcy & Work Schemes Update

In a political world that is increasingly full of pundits, commentators and assorted talking heads spewing forth their unmandated views from morning to night; it is good to know that there are still those willing to listen and take good ideas onboard.   Two of the ideas I have championed in this column over the

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Late Late Show Interview

If I thought my mobile usually rang a lot, it was as nothing to compared with the volume of calls and texts I got into the few hours run up to my interview with Ryan Tubridy on the Late Late Show.   As word spread that I was going on the show, friends, supporters and

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Urgent need for more business credit

Back in April I wrote here of our need to seek other sound and reliable sources of credit and suggested a specific way to achieve this by allowing business owners to temporarily tap in to their own personal pension funds to source much needed working capital without any tax penalty. At the time I spoke

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