Thursday February 27, 2020

OPW in ‘Fawlty Towers’ row with Tax Appeals Commission

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

6th January, 2019

The Office of Public Works has engaged in a war of words with the Tax Appeals Commission over the relocation of its head office, with the commission claiming the OPW had created problems for it in carrying out its functions. In a briefing document ahead of an appearance by OPW officials before the Public Accounts Committee, the OPW said that claims it had not provided the commission with inadequate new offices were false and inaccurate.


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