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Revenue denies Ictu claim of €1.8bn in uncollected taxes

The Revenue Commissioners have rejected claims from the Irish Congress of Trade Union (Ictu) that there is a €1.8 billion ‘pot of gold’ in uncollected taxes to support economic recovery.

7th November, 2009

The Revenue Commissioners have rejected claims from the Irish Congress of Trade Union (Ictu) that there is a €1.8 billion ‘pot of gold’ in uncollected taxes to support economic recovery.

In the run-up to last Friday’s day of protest, Ictu general secretary David Begg said that some €1.8 billion was ‘‘out there’’ in uncollected taxes as an alternative to public sector cutbacks. The €1.8 billion figure was mentioned by the Comptroller & Auditor...

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