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Unions and government will clash over Commission on Taxation report

The trade union movement is on a collision course with the government over recommendations in the Commission on Taxation report due to be given to the Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan this week.

22nd August, 2009

The trade union movement is on a collision course with the government over recommendations in the Commission on Taxation report due to be given to the Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan this week.

Brendan Hayes, the Siptu vice president, is the only member of the 17- strong commission who will not have signed the report when it is handed over in the coming days.

The decision by the only trade union official on the commission...

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