Thursday 24 August 2017

Common sense prevails in water charges deal

Michael Noonan labelled water charges a “dead cat” and urged his party to get it off the agenda. Stock picture
Michael Noonan labelled water charges a “dead cat” and urged his party to get it off the agenda. Stock picture
Editorial

Editorial

Michael Noonan labelled water charges a "dead cat" and urged his party to get it off the agenda.

This particular dead cat appears to have more than nine lives.

The end is in sight for water charges now, six years after their introduction was first agreed by the Fianna Fáil-led government that presided over the economic collapse.

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