Christian Aid

9 results

The DSPCA is looking for people to sponsor pets this Christmas.

You may well be exhausted from the Christmas rush. But with just a week to go, if you still have gifts to get, why not consider one that can benefit s(...)

Oxfam campaigners outside the Department of Finance earlier in 2017 to call on the Government to implement transparency where large companies make profit and pay tax. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ireland is among the most active countries in facilitating corporations moving profits to low- or zero-tax destinations, according to a new report fro(...)

Former  minister Michael Noonan: Just days after he closed  the door on the Double Irish, corporate lawyers were blogging about the Single Malt approach. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

When the then minister for finance Michael Noonan closed the door on the Double Irish corporate tax loophole in 2014, great fanfare was made of Irelan(...)

Paschal Donohoe: the Minister says the Government will examine the use of the so-called “Single Malt” tax structure that is being used by large multinationals to reduce their tax bill. Photograph: Gareth Chaney / Collins

The Government is to examine the use of the so-called “Single Malt” tax structure that is being used by large multinationals to reduce their tax bill,(...)

Multinationals have found a way of replacing the ‘Double Irish’ tax avoidance structure with a neat new arrangement called ‘Single Malt’.

Multinationals are looking to tap into alternative corporate tax avoidance measures even after the final phasing out of the much criticised “Double Ir(...)

“There is a huge amount of money involved in public sector contracts, and councils should be sending out the message that tax-dodging is not acceptable – not at home or anywhere in the world”

Northern Ireland’s Minister for Enterprise is just back from an investor-wooing mission to the US where he has been busy promoting what he calls the N(...)

‘Hidden Taxes: the EU’s Role in Supporting an Unjust Global Tax System’, compares the tax systems of 15 EU member states, with Ireland scoring poorly on all areas.

The European Union should introduce a centralised public register revealing the identities of beneficial owners of companies and trusts, according (...)

Karol Balfe (left) and  Rosamond Bennett (right) of Christian Aid in Ireland with Paul Lansana Koroma  at Ulster University in Belfast. Photograph: Paul Moane/Aurora PA

The outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone not only is causing death and fear, but it is threatening the shaky political stability in the west African c(...)

Shire has said it has no intention of leaving Ireland at the moment

The Dublin-headquartered pharma giant Shire, one of a number of British firms to shift their base to Ireland in 2008 to avail of the Republic’s fav(...)