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"Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax

 
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"Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has urged the Irish government to tell the EU to 'f*** off' over its landmark tax ruling that ordered Apple to pay £11billion in back tax.

The European Commission was heavily criticised for the ruling, which accused the US tech giant of unduly benefiting from Ireland's attractive tax breaks over the last two decades.

Outspoken Irish businessman Mr O'Leary dubbed it 'bizarre' and advised the Irish government, which opposed the ruling, to defy the EU, insisting each country has its autonomy to make its own tax decisions.

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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has urged the Irish government to tell the EU to 'f*** off' over its landmark tax ruling that ordered Apple to pay £11billion in back tax.

The European Commission was heavily criticised for the ruling, which accused the US tech giant of unduly benefiting from Ireland's attractive tax breaks over the last two decades.

Outspoken Irish businessman Mr O'Leary dubbed it 'bizarre' and advised the Irish government, which opposed the ruling, to defy the EU, insisting each country has its autonomy to make its own tax decisions.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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He was criticising the brexit vote just after.
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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has urged the Irish government to tell the EU to 'f*** off' over its landmark tax ruling that ordered Apple to pay £11billion in back tax.

The European Commission was heavily criticised for the ruling, which accused the US tech giant of unduly benefiting from Ireland's attractive tax breaks over the last two decades.

Outspoken Irish businessman Mr O'Leary dubbed it 'bizarre' and advised the Irish government, which opposed the ruling, to defy the EU, insisting each country has its autonomy to make its own tax decisions.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Ethereal Storm


He was criticising the brexit vote just after.
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Yes that's true, i'd forgotten that, maybe the EU stopped giving him bribery money after they lost the vote.
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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
same ryanair boss who was urging us all to vote remain?

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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
same ryanair boss who was urging us all to vote remain?

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I imagine he doesnt want to lose his nice tax breaks. That 12th ferrari won't pay for itself
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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
same ryanair boss who was urging us all to vote remain?

cruise

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he's probably got a sweet little tax deal with the iorish goverment and is probably panicking if the EU start sniffing around. a grade A C***T
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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
same ryanair boss who was urging us all to vote remain?

cruise

dick.
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he's probably got a sweet little tax deal with the iorish goverment and is probably panicking if the EU start sniffing around. a grade A C***T
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hesright
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Re: "Tell the EU to f*** off" Ryanair boss urges Irish government to defy Brussels over Apple tax
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has urged the Irish government to tell the EU to 'f*** off' over its landmark tax ruling that ordered Apple to pay £11billion in back tax.

The European Commission was heavily criticised for the ruling, which accused the US tech giant of unduly benefiting from Ireland's attractive tax breaks over the last two decades.

Outspoken Irish businessman Mr O'Leary dubbed it 'bizarre' and advised the Irish government, which opposed the ruling, to defy the EU, insisting each country has its autonomy to make its own tax decisions.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: Ethereal Storm


He was criticising the brexit vote just after.
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Buhahaha I love it...





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