Tag: Corporation tax

Brid Smith TD on Sean O Rourke show 21.9.18

Brid was on the Sean O Rourke radio show 21.9.18, debating on a number of topics: Corporation Tax, the recent Garda report, and the occupations around Dublin and beyond in protest at the housing crisis  

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Brid Smith TD on Late Debate programme re Rural Ireland, 19.9.17

RURAL IRELAND DONE DOWN. I was on the Late Debate radio programme the other evening and spoke about the ‘great initiative’ from Minister Humphries last year, that meant diddly squat to most rural communities. ‘And where would we get the

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Brid Smith TD on the Week in Politics (3).17.7.17

Brid makes the point that instead of scrambling for the crumbs while the rich walk away with the cake – there are other options.Tax the corporations for the full amount – tax the rich – 300 of Irelands’ wealthiest people

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Bríd on Claire Byrne Live-tax wealth and profits to fund services

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Multi-Million Bank Collapse in Dublin – This is why we need a Robin Hood Tax

A bank that had a 2 euro billion hole in its accounts has collapsed in Dublin – but there is barely a word about it in the Irish media. They do not want to embarrass the government before a General

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TAXING THE MANY TO SUBSIDISE THE FEW

Back in 2008, a single person could earn €35,400 before being hit with the top rate of income tax. Now it is €33,800.

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WE PAY A 12 CENT CHARGE FOR USING ATM – SO WHY CAN’T FINACIERS PAY THE ROBIN HOOD TAX

People Before Profit wants to re-distribute the wealth so that we are not continually subsidising the wealthy. One way we can do this is to abolish the water and property tax and transfer the tax burden to the financial sector.

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APPLE: Corporate Tax Dodgers

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Tell Apple the Irish people want their taxes back

Apple boss Tim Cook flew into Brussels on Thursday to lobby the EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestage over a landmark judgement that could see the company forced to pay billions in back taxes to the Irish government.   Bloomberg Intelligence estimates

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