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Labour comes out in support of digital sales tax

4th November, 2018
Labour leader Brendan Howlin Pic: RollingNews.ie

Labour has backed the EU proposal for a digital sales tax which is currently being opposed by the Irish government.

In a speech at the Labour conference in Dublin last night, the party leader Brendan Howlin said Ireland was “over-dependent” on multinationals.

“That’s why Labour supports a digital services tax, so the giants of the internet pay a fair share of tax,” he told party members.

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