Two-speed economy is a cause for concern
Published 24/04/2015 | 02:30
It has been apparent for some time that a chasm is opening up between Dublin, in particular, and other parts of Ireland.
The so-called 'two-speed economy' means that while the capital has largely recovered from the ravages of the recession, many towns and villages are struggling for their very existence.
Of course, this is not universal, but certainly too many are desolate, suffering from the twin ailments of unemployment and emigration.