Regina Doherty’s suggestion that the state pension could be determined by factors like geography provided prime fodder for daytime radio, as callers and panellists were pitted against each other in a game of parochial poor-mouth. To support her argument, the Social Protection Minister conjured up the figure of “a lady in Donegal”, an unfortunate creature... Read more »

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