Taoiseach Calls On Revenue To Examine Paradise Papers
The Taoiseach says the Revenue Commissioners will examine the Paradise Papers and pursue anyone who has avoided tax.
Leo Varadkar says the Cabinet was briefed today and Revenue is to review the more than 13 million files that name Irish banks, actors, musicians and business people.
The Taoiseach says Revenue has a good track record and brought in 1 billion euro in unpaid overseas tax in the last few years.
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