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31 Oct 2016
80 Credits
Broadcast on : 31 Oct 2016
Duration : 6 mins 0 secs
Karl Deeter, Irish Mortgage Brokers, Mary Wilson, Home Choice Loan Scheme, Unregulated State Run Backdrop, First Time Buyers, Refused by Two Lenders, 21 Loans in 7 Years.
52 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Aug 2016
Duration : 2 mins 20 secs
Donal O'Donovan, Kevin Doyle, Bank of Ireland's Economic Pulse Index, Pick Up in Confidence, Brexit, Bank of Ireland Chief Economist, Dr Loretta O'Sullivan.
98 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Aug 2016
Duration : 8 mins 30 secs
Adrian Lydon, Paddy Connolly, CEO Inclusion Ireland, Áine Lawlor, Health Information and Quality Authority, Residential Care Home Inspections, Major Failings.
137 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Aug 2016
Duration : 13 mins 40 secs
Dan O'Brien, Chief Economist at the Institute of International and European Affairs, Michael McGrath, Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesman, Sweetheart Tax Deal, Irish Government, Apple, European Commission Investigation.
85 Credits
Broadcast on : 29 Aug 2016
Duration : 6 mins 40 secs
Jim Stewart , Associate Professor of Finance at Trinity College, Rachael English, State Aid, Apple, Irish Government to Appeal, Special Tax Deal, European Commission, OECD BEPS Initiative.
162 Credits
Broadcast on : 28 Aug 2016
Duration : 17 mins 0 secs
Alan Dukes, Gráinne Long, Eoin Fahy, Collette Browne, Sebastian Hamilton, Marian Finucane, Taxation, Apple, European Commission Ruling, Abolishing Universal Social Charge.
101 Credits
Broadcast on : 28 Aug 2016
Duration : 8 mins 50 secs
Eoghan Murphy, Minister of State at the Department of Finance, Cormac Ó hEadhra, Regulation of Vulture Funds, Section 1-10 Tax Arrangements to Avoid Taxes, Abolishing the Universal Social Charge, Department of Finance Document, European Commission Apple Ruling, Illegal State Aid.
107 Credits
Broadcast on : 28 Aug 2016
Duration : 9 mins 40 secs
Diarmaid Fleming, Colm O'Mongáin, Cormac Ó hEadhra, Vulture Fund Regulation, Letter from Central Bank to Fianna Fáil, Stronger Regulation, Michael McGrath, Fianna Fáil Finance Spokesman, Pearse Doherty, Sinn Féin Finance Spokesman, David Hall, Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation.
102 Credits
Broadcast on : 26 Aug 2016
Duration : 9 mins 0 secs
John Cooke, Mary Wilson, Lack of Home Care Packages, Health Service Executive, No Money Left.
78 Credits
Broadcast on : 26 Aug 2016
Duration : 5 mins 50 secs
David Hall, CEO Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation, Vulture Funds, Homeowners, Mortgage Arrears, Buy to Let, Family Homes, Focus Ireland, Vulture Shock Campaign.
111 Credits
Broadcast on : 26 Aug 2016
Duration : 10 mins 10 secs
Diesel, Excise Duty, Eamon Ryan, Green Party, Michael Fitzmaurice, Budget 2017.
103 Credits
Broadcast on : 25 Aug 2016
Duration : 9 mins 10 secs
Brian Keegan, Brian Keegan, Director of Taxation at Chartered Accountants Ireland, Nat O'Connor, University of Ulster, Matt Cooper, Universal Social Charge, Property Tax, Income Tax, Corporation Tax, Department of Finance, Abolishing USC.
70 Credits
Broadcast on : 25 Aug 2016
Duration : 4 mins 40 secs
Cliff Taylor, Irish Times, Robert Shortt, US Treasury, European Commission Ruling on Apple's Tax Arrangements With Ireland, EU Acting as a Super National Tax Authority.
143 Credits
Broadcast on : 25 Aug 2016
Duration : 14 mins 30 secs
Tom Healy, Nevin Institute, Keelin Shanley, Abolishing Universal Social Charge, Department of Finance, Increased Property Tax, Increased Income tax.
131 Credits
Broadcast on : 25 Aug 2016
Duration : 12 mins 50 secs
Helen Hall, Chief Executive of the Policing Authority, Shane Coleman, New Draft Code of Ethics for An Garda Síochána, Highlight Wrongdoing in the Force, Treating All Members of the Public Equally, Communicating Openly, Submissions From Interested Parties