Sunday February 23, 2020

Fianna Fáil will battle against Varadkar’s plans for PRSI/USC

FF's Michael McGrath does not see any scope for the “complex” policy to be implemented

4th June, 2017
New Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar

New Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar is set for a battle with Fianna Fáil over his tax plans, as he prepares to dismiss some of Simon Coveney’s key allies.

While Varadkar is expected to avoid a large-scale cabinet clear-out, up to six ministers of state are expected to lose their positions. Those most at risk include those who backed Coveney such as Ministers of State Dara Murphy, Marcella Corcoran Kennedy and...

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