Wednesday, 25th April 2007
Brian O’Shea TD, Labour Party spokesman on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, is calling for an ‘end of term’ report on what progress has been made by the Government in achieving its aim of ‘significantly reducing the hardship caused to individuals and to society by drugs misuse’.
Deputy O’Shea’s as Labour Party spokesman, has tabled a priority question to Noel Ahern TD Minister of State Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, asking him to say what progress has been made in relation to this major problem for society as the current Government enters its final days.
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Google AlertWhen a company which has it's European Headquarters here in Ireland is called 'evil' and 'immoral' by M.P.s in The House of Commons you tend to sit up and take notice. The particular company that was being referred to was Google and the reason it had enraged M.P.s in London was because even though it has a big operation there and conducts a lot of business there it pays no corporate tax. It does this by having all of its financial transactions finished here in Ireland. And the company here is …
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