Should the government ignore the labour relations court over Garda pay with the shock Trump win will most likely hit our corpo tax

fliball1234

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Should the government ignore the labour relations court over Garda pay with the shock Trump win will most likely hit our corpo tax

Should the government ignore the Labour relations court over Garda pay with the shock Trump win will most likely hit our corpo tax.

We know unions have ignored the LRC with relation to issues with pay in the past

My issue is this Trump has said he will issue an amnesty for MNCs around the world to repatriate back to the U.S and will drop the corpo rate in the U.S right down. Not only will we lose the billions from corpo tax but we will lose jobs so less income tax and also an increased welfare bill. We are also coming from a position of borrowing 2 billion this year and being over 206billion in debt. Also our growth figures for next year are agressively high. Throw in Brexit coming up next year and I think the uncertainty level is so high that Enda Kenny needs to grow a pair and prepare to go to war with unions..They should do it now with the Gards in order to put a marker down for other unions. Spending should be frozen for the next 5 years and if things improve then we can revisit pay with the public service.
 


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No, that would be stupid. They should.grow a pair and reject it on its own merits.without looking for others to hide behind
 

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Should the government ignore the Labour relations court over Garda pay with the shock Trump win will most likely hit our corpo tax.

We know unions have ignored the LRC with relation to issues with pay in the past

My issue is this Trump has said he will issue an amnesty for MNCs around the world to repatriate back to the U.S and will drop the corpo rate in the U.S right down. Not only will we lose the billions from corpo tax but we will lose jobs so less income tax and also an increased welfare bill. We are also coming from a position of borrowing 2 billion this year and being over 206billion in debt. Also our growth figures for next year are agressively high. Throw in Brexit coming up next year and I think the uncertainty level is so high that Enda Kenny needs to grow a pair and prepare to go to war with unions..They should do it now with the Gards in order to put a marker down for other unions. Spending should be frozen for the next 5 years and if things improve then we can revisit pay with the public service.
Maybe the Government should go to the country and see how they get on.
 

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Should the government ignore the Labour relations court over Garda pay with the shock Trump win will most likely hit our corpo tax.

We know unions have ignored the LRC with relation to issues with pay in the past

My issue is this Trump has said he will issue an amnesty for MNCs around the world to repatriate back to the U.S and will drop the corpo rate in the U.S right down. Not only will we lose the billions from corpo tax but we will lose jobs so less income tax and also an increased welfare bill. We are also coming from a position of borrowing 2 billion this year and being over 206billion in debt. Also our growth figures for next year are agressively high. Throw in Brexit coming up next year and I think the uncertainty level is so high that Enda Kenny needs to grow a pair and prepare to go to war with unions..They should do it now with the Gards in order to put a marker down for other unions. Spending should be frozen for the next 5 years and if things improve then we can revisit pay with the public service.
What corporation tax? Due to the political appointees in Revenue undermining the Irish States taxation system coupled with Noonan and his Quisling FGer's assisting MNC's in wholesale tax avoidance, remember Bad Apple have only paid less than .05% tax due to Revenue's stinking sweetheart deals ....bugger all corporation tax is collected in relation to the mega bucks in profits that get flushed through the sewage pipes of what is laughingly referred to as Irish MNC taxation!
 

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What corporation tax? Due to the political appointees in Revenue undermining the Irish States taxation system coupled with Noonan and his Quisling FGer's assisting MNC's in wholesale tax avoidance, remember Bad Apple have only paid less than .05% tax due to Revenue's stinking sweetheart deals ....bugger all corporation tax is collected in relation to the mega bucks in profits that get flushed through the sewage pipes of what is laughingly referred to as Irish MNC taxation!

The great Noonan doesn't look so bad now - after he rolled out the red
carpet for Trump at Shannon...:D
 

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What corporation tax? Due to the political appointees in Revenue undermining the Irish States taxation system coupled with Noonan and his Quisling FGer's assisting MNC's in wholesale tax avoidance, remember Bad Apple have only paid less than .05% tax due to Revenue's stinking sweetheart deals ....bugger all corporation tax is collected in relation to the mega bucks in profits that get flushed through the sewage pipes of what is laughingly referred to as Irish MNC taxation!
Regardless of Apple and how low the corpo tas is we do get I think its somewhere in the region of 6 to 10 billion of income from Corpo tax then add in the 100k people who are directly employed by MNCs not to mention the multitude of domestic jobs created to cater for these jobs so we will lose that income tax too and have a bigger draw on our social welare. You could be looking at a deficit of 10billion to 15billion if Trump does as he is stating.

AS Wexfordman pointed out they should reject it on merit but now they have a genuine reason all of a sudden they have a reason to stick a middle finger up at the unions and say not today boys pay freeze (including increments) for the next 5 years
 


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