CONSUMERS are still being ripped off by inexplicably high prices for a range of basic goods and services.
They are being fleeced on the cost of vital public services like transport and health at the time they can least afford them.
Overall, prices in Ireland are falling faster than anywhere else in Europe, with the cost of living falling by 5.4pc in the last year, the sharpest drop since 1933.
But the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) are a tale of two sectors -- most private sector prices are dropping, whereas many of those under government control are continuing to soar.
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When will these gombeens be forced out of office???