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Frank Daly, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, occupies the former office of the chief secretary in Dublin Castle, the room from which Ireland was ruled by the English.

16th April, 2005

Frank Daly, chairman of the Revenue Commissioners, occupies the former office of the chief secretary in Dublin Castle, the room from which Ireland was ruled by the English.

The current occupant might be as unpopular with reluctant Irish tax-payers as its former resident. However, Daly dismisses any suggestion that the association with the castle's past or any lingering post-colonial sense of civic irresponsibility might still be reasons why some Irish citizens continue to evade tax.

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