Irish birth rates remained high well into the 1980s, much longer than other European countries, meaning there is a large cohort of working-age people in the population. What’s more, emigration trends in the 1960s, 1970s and more recently in the years 2008 to 2015 mean that many Irish-born people in old age don’t live in the State, shielding the exchequer from the associated spending pressures of their ageing.

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MANY OF US will be travelling abroad over the next month or two but even not, it’s likely you will find yourself using public WiFi at one point or another.

It’s easy to see why. If you have your laptop with you or you have a limited data plan, they can be handy.