Wednesday February 26, 2020

David McWilliams: Ghost revenues

Ireland is playing a grubby little game - and the British are now calling us out

6th March, 2016
Where is all the revenue that is supposed to be flowing into Ireland?

On Wednesday morning, I made a speech in London to the Irish business community on Brexit, Europe and the world economy. After the speech I logged on and answered a few questions on my Facebook page.

Obviously as I was using Facebook, various ads came up on the screen. Looking out from the hotel room at Tower Bridge, it struck me as odd that the revenue from these ads was not going to the British...

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