Election factcheck: ‘garden tax’, climate action, GP charges
Each week the Business Post assesses comments made in Election 2020 to determine, as far as possible, if they are true or false
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said: The Green Party’s “garden tax” could lead to people in Dún Laoghaire and “coastal Dublin”, as well as “lots of other areas”, paying higher property taxes. He made the claim during the Virgin Media One Leaders’ Debate last week.
The facts: the Green Party has long advocated the replacement of the current property tax...
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