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Budget 2013 – What Some of the Papers Say

Irish Daily Mirror

The Plonkers Budget: Ding dong merrily and cry – Christmas cancelled in Ireland (but not for the rich)

War on families

(Pic above pre-Budget, from Monday 3rd December)

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Budget from Hell 2013: We’re all screwed

Debt by a thousand cuts

Cruel cuts hit vulnerable

Kids in the firing line

‘This Budget is pure evil and a betrayal of our weak’ – Eamon Dunphy

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Irish Independent

We’ve no more to give

Most savage austerity Budget yet takes €1,000 a year from most family incomes

Families and women are big losers in austerity drive

Property tax, penal cuts to maternity and child benefit, our savings and PRSI

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Irish Examiner

The big squeeze

Noonan and Howlin get the excuses in early but . . . women, children foot the bill

Opposition: Budget is an attack on mothers and children

No guarantee austerity will end after next two Budgets

Farmers reeling as Budget axes core schemes

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The Irish Times

Broad swathe of taxes and cuts hits almost every adult in State

Austerity Budget packs sixth successive punch

A double act of Budgetary doom by Very Little and No Largese – Miriam Lord’s Budget Sketch on Labour’s Brendan Howlin and Fine Gael’s Michael Noonan

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