Monthly Archives: June 2016

The free movement of people: a quick defence

As an Irishman, a referendum on the EU is nothing new. Since the Supreme Court in Crotty v An Taoiseach [1987] interpreted our constitution as requiring a referendum any time there is a shift of powers to the European Institutions … Continue reading

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Oxfam’s legitimate expectation

Oxfam’s tag a bag scheme, whereby you make a claim for gift aid on donations of goods rather than just cash, has come under scrutiny from the tax community. It has been claimed by some that the scheme falls foul … Continue reading

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