Angela Kerins,  former chief executive of Rehab:   Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The public spending watchdog will tomorrow begin a formal process seeking Oireachtas approval to compel former Rehab chief executives Angela Ke(...)

Starbucks takeaway cups at a Starbucks in central London, as the coffee shop chain announced it is moving its European headquarters from the Netherlands to the UK following a row over tax avoidance. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Starbucks, the world’s biggest coffee chain, will move its European head office to London from Amsterdam, increasing the amount of tax it pays (...)

Fine Gael’s Simon Harris talking to reporters outside Leinster House. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

A Government member of the Public Accounts Committee has said that legitimate issues have been raised by the disclosure that a former board mem(...)

The National Maternity Hospital at Holles Street: unsuccessfully applied for apparoval to pay  an externally-funded allowance  to the secretary manager. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The HSE has rejected around 100 applications from voluntary hospitals and health agencies to continue making top-up payments to senior staff in(...)

 Frank Flannery, former chief executive of Rehab. In an interview with the Sunday Independent, he asked:   “Why should I be publicly abused or brought in to be castigated?” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Fine Gael backbenchers believe that former party strategist Frank Flannery should att(...)

Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee John McGuinness is to call a special meeting on Wednesday to discuss “very serious” issues

Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee John McGuinness is to call a special meeting on Wednesday to discuss “very serious” issues raised by(...)

Former Rehab director Frank Flannery

Rehab directors will not be paid fees for consulting, lobbying or any other services following revelations of money paid to Fr(...)

Rehab board member  Brian Kerr. Photograph: Stephen Collins / Collins Photos

With Frank Flannery and Angela Kerins nowhere to be seen yesterday, five of their former Rehab colleagues had an abject time of it in Leinster (...)

Frank Flannery said the committee’s work was politicised due to his long connection with Fine Gael. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Public Accounts Committee moved quickly last night to reject a challenge to its exami(...)

Frank Flannery and Angela Kerins  each told the 
committee yesterday that they will not go to its hearing today on Rehab’s affairs, the second in less than two months.

The Dáil Public Accounts Committee last night dismissed a challenge to its right to examine t(...)

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