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RTE News
May to discuss Brexit on first Belfast visit as PMaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
May to discuss Brexit on first Belfast visit as PM
RTE News / Posted 45 minutes ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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International Business Times
Theresa May to visit Northern Ireland to stress border controls will not be imposed after Brexit the Government's commitment to the Belfast Agreement and its institutions, and
Theresa May to visit Northern Ireland to stress border controls will not be imposed after Brexit
International Business Times / Posted 50 minutes ago
the Government's commitment to the Belfast Agreement and its institutions, and to working with local parties and the Irish Government to fully implement the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements." She will also reassure Northern Ireland... Read more
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Gazette
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visitaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit
Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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guardian-series
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visitaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit
guardian-series / Posted 3 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Theresa May visits Northern Ireland to insist border controls will not be erected after Brexitthe Government’s commitment to the Belfast Agreement and its institutions, and
Theresa May visits Northern Ireland to insist border controls will not be erected after Brexit
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
the Government’s commitment to the Belfast Agreement and its institutions, and to working with local parties and the Irish Government to fully implement the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements. "Peace and stability in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Northern Echo
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visitaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit
Northern Echo / Posted 5 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
Memory lanemajor challenges to firms at all levels. Irish security for the British Ambass
Memory lane
Law Society Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
major challenges to firms at all levels. Irish security for the British Ambassador The predominant first reactions of the Irish government to the assassination of the British Ambassador in Dublin on Wednesday 21 July were shame and undeniable... Read more
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Express and Star
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit « Express & Staraffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 6 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visitaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visitaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 7 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visitaffirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Exec
PM Theresa May to address EU exit on Belfast visit
Croydon Guardian / Posted 7 hours ago
affirm that her Government will continue to work with the Northern Ireland Executive, all local political parties and the Irish Government to ensure implementation of the Stormont House and Fresh Start Agreements, delivering stability in Northern... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The World Must Support Ireland Against U.S. Warswhat the U.S. military does in Ireland? We certainly don't learn it from the U.
The World Must Support Ireland Against U.S. Wars
Op-Ed News / Posted 15 hours ago
what the U.S. military does in Ireland? We certainly don't learn it from the U.S. government or U.S. journalism. And the Irish government takes no active steps to reveal what it knows, which is likely not everything. We know what we know because... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Fine Gael minister Leo Varadkar says he will live to see united Irelandhe did not believe there would be violence in the event of reunification. Mr C
Fine Gael minister Leo Varadkar says he will live to see united Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
he did not believe there would be violence in the event of reunification. Mr Campbell claimed the recent comments from the Irish Government were "simply an attempt to deflect attention from their own problems". "Leo Varadkar would be better to... Read more
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Irish Central
British soldier who escaped IRA death threats now NI minister48, said last week that it is "an absolute priority for me that we don't see bo
British soldier who escaped IRA death threats now NI minister
Irish Central / Posted yesterday
48, said last week that it is "an absolute priority for me that we don't see border controls coming into place. Indeed, I think there is a very strong commitment from the Irish government as well as ourselves to see that that does... Read more
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Irish Central
Team Ireland win Men’s Plate at homeless world cupwhere they’re going to be staying.” The league receives limited funding from t
Team Ireland win Men’s Plate at homeless world cup
Irish Central / Posted yesterday
where they’re going to be staying.” The league receives limited funding from the Football Association of Ireland and the Irish Government, but most of its activities are self-funded. “We seem to be struggling every year to get us to the World... Read more
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express
Like a dog with a bone! Nicola Sturgeon STILL threatens to hold UK to RANSOM on Article 50key talks in Cardiff with her counterparts in the devolved administrations of W
Like a dog with a bone! Nicola Sturgeon STILL threatens to hold UK to RANSOM on Article 50
express / Posted 2 days ago
key talks in Cardiff with her counterparts in the devolved administrations of Wales and Northern Ireland, along with UK and Irish government officials and representatives of Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man. The ‘extraordinary’ conference -... Read more
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Scotsman
Brexit: Sturgeon at British-Irish Council to discuss impact of voteFirst Minister has had the opportunity to speak face-to-face to the UK’s other
Brexit: Sturgeon at British-Irish Council to discuss impact of vote
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
First Minister has had the opportunity to speak face-to-face to the UK’s other administrations, Crown dependencies and the Irish Government since the referendum vote. Speaking ahead of the summit, Ms Sturgeon said: “Scotland voted overwhelming to... Read more
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The Irish Times
Major changes in UK may destabilise North’s economyreliant on growth from a vibrant private sector, it must hope that London conti
Major changes in UK may destabilise North’s economy
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
reliant on growth from a vibrant private sector, it must hope that London continues its support. A key task for the Irish Government in the coming months is to try and minimise new barriers between Ireland and the North that could have... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brexit talks: French President backs Republic of Ireland’s 'special place' at negotiationsHollande said he accepted Ireland’s neutral stance in relation to closer co-ope
Brexit talks: French President backs Republic of Ireland’s 'special place' at negotiations
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Hollande said he accepted Ireland’s neutral stance in relation to closer co-operation on defence issue but said the Irish government had responded to his call for solidarity after the series of terror attacks. “I will never forget that,” he... Read more
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Irish Central
The serious side to Paul Krugman’s leprechaun economicsabout how much all this activity really benefits Ireland on the ground. There
The serious side to Paul Krugman’s leprechaun economics
Irish Central / Posted 3 days ago
about how much all this activity really benefits Ireland on the ground. There are significant revenue benefits, as the Irish government will tell you, but there is no doubt that the national figures for GDP can be badly out of synch with what... Read more
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Times of Malta
Vital national interestmembership of the European Union was an unwelcome outcome and poses major chall
Vital national interest
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
membership of the European Union was an unwelcome outcome and poses major challenges for the Union and the UK. The Irish government, while disappointed, fully respects the decision of the British people. We, in Ireland, of course, see our... Read more
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The Irish Times
Lackadaisical approach to data privacy cannot lastgiven its ruling shortly after the AG’s opinion is issued. Assuming that happen
Lackadaisical approach to data privacy cannot last
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
given its ruling shortly after the AG’s opinion is issued. Assuming that happens and the court echoes the AG’s opinion, the Irish Government will have no excuse to continue its lackadaisical approach to introducing lawful data retention legislation... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Ireland Sizes Up Impact Of BrexitEoghan Murphy, Ireland's Minister of State for Financial Services, has said. S
Ireland Sizes Up Impact Of Brexit
Tax-News.com / Posted 4 days ago
Eoghan Murphy, Ireland's Minister of State for Financial Services, has said. Speaking in Luxembourg, Murphy said that the Irish Government is fully prepared to meet the "undoubted challenges" posed by the UK's decision to leave the EU. The UK... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Should there be united Ireland border poll? How would you vote?said calls for a referendum were motivated solely by a desire to cause "diversi
Should there be united Ireland border poll? How would you vote?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
said calls for a referendum were motivated solely by a desire to cause "diversion". Yesterday, Mr Kenny signalled that the Irish government would use fears of threats to the peace process to defend Northern Ireland's interests in upcoming Brexit... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Should there be a poll on the question of the Northern Ireland border with the Republic?said calls for a referendum were motivated solely by a desire to cause "diversi
Should there be a poll on the question of the Northern Ireland border with the Republic?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
said calls for a referendum were motivated solely by a desire to cause "diversion". Yesterday, Mr Kenny signalled that the Irish government would use fears of threats to the peace process to defend Northern Ireland's interests in upcoming Brexit... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Enda Kenny united Ireland comments rile DUPsaid calls for a referendum were motivated solely by a desire to cause "diversi
Enda Kenny united Ireland comments rile DUP
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
said calls for a referendum were motivated solely by a desire to cause "diversion". Yesterday, Mr Kenny signalled that the Irish government would use fears of threats to the peace process to defend Northern Ireland's interests in upcoming Brexit... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Government softens stance on border pollrecognised treaty that was put together with huge commitment from all communiti
Government softens stance on border poll
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
recognised treaty that was put together with huge commitment from all communities in Northern Ireland and the British and Irish government. “It is recognised in the Good Friday Agreement that if the Secretary of State of Northern Ireland... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
MPs clash over border concerns in wake of Brexitleaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetor
MPs clash over border concerns in wake of Brexit
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
leaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetoric but there is not substance to it. "The Irish Government has said they do not wish to have border controls, the British government has said they do not wish to have... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Border poll: MPs clash over concerns in wake of Brexitleaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetor
Border poll: MPs clash over concerns in wake of Brexit
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
leaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetoric but there is not substance to it. "The Irish Government has said they do not wish to have border controls, the British government has said they do not wish to have... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Commons clash over Irish border concerns in wake of Brexit voteleaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetor
Commons clash over Irish border concerns in wake of Brexit vote
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
leaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetoric but there is not substance to it. "The Irish Government has said they do not wish to have border controls, the British government has said they do not wish to have... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Commons clash over Irish border concerns in wake of Brexit voteleaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetor
Commons clash over Irish border concerns in wake of Brexit vote
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
leaving the EU is not in their interests. "Again we have heard the same rhetoric but there is not substance to it. "The Irish Government has said they do not wish to have border controls, the British government has said they do not wish to have... Read more
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Irish Central
Ireland calls for national holiday as heatwave continuesbefore the weekend. With Ireland having so few hot summer spells, weatherman Ba
Ireland calls for national holiday as heatwave continues
Irish Central / Posted 5 days ago
before the weekend. With Ireland having so few hot summer spells, weatherman Barra Best made an appeal to the Northern Irish government to officially name July 19 a national holiday, for one day only. — The Irish News (@irish_news) July 19,... Read more
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The Irish Times
What I learned tracing the steps of Irish Famine migrantsrun was first envisioned as a solitary act of pilgrimage, but in having the sup
What I learned tracing the steps of Irish Famine migrants
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
run was first envisioned as a solitary act of pilgrimage, but in having the support of The Irish Times and a grant from the Irish Government, along with the reach of social media, some 100,000 of us connected, and we are the better for it. For... Read more
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The Irish Times
Why referendum on emigrant vote is so important for young Irishrecommendations. After decades of political inaction on the issue of extending
Why referendum on emigrant vote is so important for young Irish
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
recommendations. After decades of political inaction on the issue of extending voting rights for emigrants, at last the Irish Government has now grasped this nettle and is proposing a referendum on the issue of extending voting rights to all... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Irish PM's border poll comments 'pathetic and deliberately mischievous'on a unity vote was a chance to look at relations on the island. "You are neve
Irish PM's border poll comments 'pathetic and deliberately mischievous'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
on a unity vote was a chance to look at relations on the island. "You are never going to get a border poll unless the Irish Government is for it," he said. "The Taoiseach's language was qualified insofar as he said it won't happen at this... Read more
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chroniclelive
Check out Ryanair's new routes from Newcastle Airportto an individual £13 charge to leave the airport - but numbers had then risen d
Check out Ryanair's new routes from Newcastle Airport
chroniclelive / Posted 5 days ago
to an individual £13 charge to leave the airport - but numbers had then risen dramatically once the duty was axed by the Irish government. He added that Ryanair, with the lowest fares, is building upon its recent changes, including introduction... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Four new gold mines discovered in Irelandor individual nuggets that weigh more than two grammes are to be notified to th
Four new gold mines discovered in Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
or individual nuggets that weigh more than two grammes are to be notified to the department. But selling the gold is a no-no. That's defined by law as 'working' of minerals - which requires permission from the Irish government. Irish Inde... Read more
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Irish Central
Protected structure “Quiet Man” cottage continues to crumbleclaimed that it's always been his ambition to renovate the cottage, but stresse
Protected structure “Quiet Man” cottage continues to crumble
Irish Central / Posted 6 days ago
claimed that it's always been his ambition to renovate the cottage, but stressed he has received no cooperation from the Irish government. But campaigners said they fear the continued stalemate could continue until all physical traces of the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
World grieves for Nicebut it is strong, and she will be strong, always stronger than the fanatics who
World grieves for Nice
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
but it is strong, and she will be strong, always stronger than the fanatics who wish to hurt us,” he said. Meanwhile, Irish government ministers overseeing the security of the State are at odds over the threat level of a terrorist attack in... Read more
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express
Now EU faces ANOTHER referendum: Irish demand vote on controversial trade dealto democracy, public welfare and our economy that Unite believes people should
Now EU faces ANOTHER referendum: Irish demand vote on controversial trade deal
express / Posted 8 days ago
to democracy, public welfare and our economy that Unite believes people should have the final say in a referendum.” The Irish government is actively fighting off attempts to legally trigger a referendum on TTIP, saying it has commissioned legal... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
New Secretary of State 'doesn't want to see a return to border of the past'that hard border coming into place and I think there is a real sense of commitm
New Secretary of State 'doesn't want to see a return to border of the past'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
that hard border coming into place and I think there is a real sense of commitment between the UK Government and also the Irish government to work together very closely so we don't see that returning." During the referendum campaign, Mrs May had... Read more
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The Irish Times
Karlin Lillington: Why the Microsoft victory matters to everyone onlinesuccessfully argued that data held in another international jurisdiction - in t
Karlin Lillington: Why the Microsoft victory matters to everyone online
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
successfully argued that data held in another international jurisdiction - in this case, Ireland - was a matter for the Irish government and the Garda. If a US court wanted data held in Ireland, it should be obtained using the existing, albeit... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire gives reassurances on borderof the Irish border in the wake of Brexit. In his first full day in office, Ja
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire gives reassurances on border
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
of the Irish border in the wake of Brexit. In his first full day in office, James Brokenshire said both the UK and Irish governments were opposed to a return to border check points between north and south. Concerns about the status of the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire gives reassurances on borderof the Irish border in the wake of Brexit. In his first full day in office, Ja
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire gives reassurances on border
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
of the Irish border in the wake of Brexit. In his first full day in office, James Brokenshire said both the UK and Irish governments were opposed to a return to border check points between north and south. Concerns about the status of the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
New man James Brokenshire has chance to make a differencevital Brexit negotiations as the region is particularly vulnerable. It is also
New man James Brokenshire has chance to make a difference
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
vital Brexit negotiations as the region is particularly vulnerable. It is also encouraging that he intends to work with the Irish Government in ensuring that the province's interests are borne in mind, especially in relation to the border. And... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Let's do business: new Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire keen to hit ground runningrelation to the border. "I am looking forward to working closely over the comi
Let's do business: new Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire keen to hit ground running
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
relation to the border. "I am looking forward to working closely over the coming weeks and months with the Executive, the Irish Government and the whole community in Northern Ireland to build a brighter and more secure future for everyone." Mr... Read more
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The Courier
The ire of the Irishwhose brother Peter Lalor led the Eureka Stockade. The exhibition has travelle
The ire of the Irish
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
whose brother Peter Lalor led the Eureka Stockade. The exhibition has travelled to Australia in a move funded by the Irish government, as it aims to mark the centenary of the Easter Uprising. Deacy has created 10 paintings using oils mixed... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ireland’s GDP figures: Why 26% economic growth is a problemsuch as the EU Commission and the IMF to make of it when they try to assess wha
Ireland’s GDP figures: Why 26% economic growth is a problem
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
such as the EU Commission and the IMF to make of it when they try to assess what is going on? What about investors in our Irish Government bonds? Moody’s, the rating agency, said in a report this week that the volatility was a concern and... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
How foreign corporates avoid paying tax & what we can do about itvia transfer pricing, transfer those to a second Irish subsidiary that had its
How foreign corporates avoid paying tax & what we can do about it
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 10 days ago
via transfer pricing, transfer those to a second Irish subsidiary that had its headquarters in a tax haven. In 2014 the Irish government bowed to pressure from other countries and began phasing in a requirement that all companies in Ireland pay... Read more
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The Irish Times
Microsoft wins appeal over US government access to Irish emailsintended the law in question to reach outside the US. Mr Smith said Microsoft
Microsoft wins appeal over US government access to Irish emails
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
intended the law in question to reach outside the US. Mr Smith said Microsoft was very grateful for the support of the Irish government in the case and that the amicus brief filed by the government was important, as were briefs filed by other... Read more
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