(...) further scope, via monetary policy, to stimulate global growth. Quantitative easing – money printing by(...)

Junior doctors protest outside the department of health in London at the British government’s intention to impose new contracts. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

(...), where health policy is devolved to the administrations in Edinburgh and Cardiff.

In its pre-election wishlist, the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland is calling for a Government policy on architecture. File photograph: Getty Images

(...)-election wishlist, the institute is calling for a Government policy on architecture; the appointment of architects(...)

 Micheal Martin at the launch of the Fianna Fail general election manifestoPhotograph: Lensmen/PA Wire

(...) ability to pay” would be central to party policy. It said the existing undergraduate maintenance grant(...)

Outgoing Minister for Children James Reilly said Fine Gael wanted to give parents more quality time with their children and that was why the party planned to provide an additional eight weeks’ parental leave, to be taken by either parent in the first year of the child’s life. File photograph: Getty Images

(...) support young children early. “Fianna Fáil has no policy to secure the future of our children. They(...)

International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde has been nominated to a second term

European fiscal policy during the 2007-2009 financial crisis and its aftermath. In its statement, IMF said(...)

Declan Kiberd: There’s no point in beating ourselves up that we don’t have people quite like Yeats or Joyce or Collins or Lady Gregory or Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington; it’s better just to be glad that they came at all. Like the Renaissance in Italy happens once in a thousand years and that’s enough

(...) compulsory Irish. I think it was a disastrous, counter-productive policy. I think if it had been optional(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton said the poll had a smaller sample of voters so there was a very high margin of error at over 4 per cent. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

(...) reporters as she highlighted the party’s housing policy at a new development at Waterville in Blanchardstown(...)

An Seanadóir Trevor Ó Clochartaigh. photograph: alan betson/the irish times
Sinn Féin’s uncommon aspiration
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  • February 11, 2016, 12:12

(...) could argue that it is broadly in line with current Government policy. That would, however, be an(...)

The Riksbank also cut rates three times last year

(...) and said it had “a high level of preparedness” to ease policy further as inflation remains weak(...)