IRELAND: Largest Opposition Party Fianna Fáil proposes a commission for Basic Income

Fianna Fáil, the largest opposition party in Ireland, has proposed to establish a commission which examines the introduction of an unconditional basic income in Ireland.

Willie O’Dea, the party’s social protection spokesperson, reveals that ‘Fianna Fáil commits to the establishment of a government commission to further investigate the feasibility of establishing a Basic Income system’, in the outline of the party’s priorities over a five-year term including reforms to social welfare and pensions system.

Its media coverage can be read here and here (the latter is negative).

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