Ep 1778: Prudence and the lessons of recent history will dictate the government’s approach to the October budget

Minister for Public Expenditure, National Development Plan Delivery and Reform Paschal Donohoe talks to Eamon about the crisis in RTÉ, Minister Stephen Donnelly's HSE budget issues, and how the post-2008 banking collapse was a formative influence on his approach to managing the economy. Paschal Donohoe also talks about his stance on Ireland's neutrality and the need for Ireland and Europe to unite against security threats.

Published: 18/07/2023

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