Only real change can save us now
Having endured nine months of unemployment, I return to Scotland where I lived between 2005 and 2008. I feel lucky that there is somewhere on foreign soil I can consider 'home' -- has it really come to this?
Also, daily life in the UK is, in many respects, far easier.
Living costs reflect real value: apartments in the centre of Glasgow start at £120,000 (€140,000), used cars can be £2,000 (€2,320) less than in Ireland.