Burton, Joan

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Tax Avoidance

The recently released Paradise Papers and, before them, the Panama Papers tell a shocking story of the world's wealthiest companies and individuals using secretive offshore tax havens to shelter th...More Button

Tax Avoidance (Continued)

Multimillionaires in Ireland can park their recently-purchased jets for an hour or two in the Isle of Man, thereby cheating the Revenue and Irish taxpayer of the VAT that would be due on such a lux...More Button

As the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union, we must address this area. We only want people to pay their fair share of taxation. We do not want particularly punitive tax rates. Why are...More Button

I do not know that there is anything new in what the Minister of State has said. I would like to know what new demands, if any, the Minister for Finance has made in respect of the banks since the ...More Button

Public Sector Staff Remuneration

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: the number of public and civil servants earning the minimum wage and the living wage; his plans to ensure that all public and civil servants earn the living wage; and if he will make a statement on...More Button

Departmental Contracts Data

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: the number of subcontractors that are engaged by State and semi-State agencies in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button