Why does the Irish economy stink?
When I went to a company in the south of France to get a new computer, they told me that my computer would cost £300, and they’d have to charge me for it.
So I asked what was the cost of doing that.
And the reply was that it was the equivalent of £400 in the UK.
It’s just ridiculous.
This has to change.
The way we live now has created this huge problem of people being unable to pay their bills.
If you don’t pay your bills, you’re going to have problems in the future, as it will cost you in the long run.
The Government has announced it will introduce a new fuel-efficient credit card for people in need, which will help people pay for their basic needs such as food and clothing.
But for the people who are struggling to pay for basic needs, they will find it much harder to access credit cards because they can’t afford to borrow.
The problem isn’t just with the Government, but also with the banks.
The banks are taking their business away from the middle class and helping the very rich and the very well-off.
They’re taking money away from people who don’t need it, but they’re helping the big banks to accumulate enormous amounts of debt.
They have a long history of doing this.
The first problem that comes to mind is that banks are making huge profits.
When the banks were first founded in the 19th century, they were not lending to ordinary people, they only lent to bankers.
They were lending to those with access to the money to do what they wanted.
Today, they’re lending to people who haven’t had access to money in years.
The biggest banks have more assets than the entire British economy, which means that they have a huge amount of money.
The big banks, because they have massive amounts of money, can’t get out of the business of making money.
They’ve got to make money.
This is why you have a lot of young people on the housing market, who can’t find jobs, and people on low wages who can, because banks don’t want to lend to them.
There’s no jobs for young people, and it’s also why people on welfare and those on low incomes have to rely on the banks to make their payments.
In order to make a mortgage repayable, you have to make payments every fortnight, which is a very expensive way of doing it.
And because the banks have massive assets, they are able to make huge profits on their mortgage loans.
There are very few people in this country who are going to be able to afford a mortgage on their house, let alone a mortgage to the banks for the rest of their lives.
And as we see this situation happening, it’s going to get worse.
We’re going through a financial crisis now.
This isn’t about the banks, it is about ordinary people and people who can afford to pay.
And they are going through this because they don’t have enough money to buy their way out of this financial crisis.
We need a political revolution, we need an economic revolution.
We can’t have another decade of the same old debt.
The fact that we are in a financial emergency is a fact of life for people on a low income.
This problem can be addressed by introducing a credit card system, which would give people on less than £100,000 the opportunity to buy a house, to buy clothing, to pay off their mortgage.
But that will only be possible if people start to realise that they are part of the solution.
That they have to contribute to the solution, because otherwise, the crisis will just continue.