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Jody Corcoran byline 27/5/22. Picture; Gerry Mooney

Do we really want radical change, or do we just yearn for stability?

Jody Corcoran


With unpredictability darkening the horizon, who will we trust to lead us into a changed world?

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Paschal Donohoe, Micheál Martin and Michael McGrath. Picture by Damien Storan

Paschal Donohoe, Micheál Martin and Michael McGrath. Picture by Damien Storan

Paschal Donohoe, Micheál Martin and Michael McGrath. Picture by Damien Storan

There is a word for those who believe that bad things come in threes — triaphilia. Brexit, the pandemic, and war-induced inflation, leading to a cost-of-living crisis, could be said to fit what is a confirmation bias to group such events into threes.

The truth is bad things can come in fours, fives and sixes. And Finance Minister  Paschal Donohoe is behind the scenes warning the country of that likelihood.


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