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PM: Barnett reform 'not on horizon'
David Cameron tells MPs there are no plans to change the funding formula used to decide spending in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
[BBC News UK]

PSNI station hours cuts 'ludicrous'
Plans to cut opening times at police stations across Northern Ireland are "ludicrous", the Police Federation has said.
[BBC News UK]

Ireland closes tax loophole for tech giants
Read full story for latest details.
[CNN Money]

How Apple's Cork HQ became the centre of a bitter global war over corporate tax avoidance
The Californian corporation is Cork's largest private employer, but has not won over all local hearts and minds. Now the city is at the heart of a fight over taxation that involves not just Ireland but also the European commission and the US senate Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

Ireland gave 'state aid' to Apple
The European Commission publishes a letter it sent to Ireland accusing the country of giving Apple illegal state aid through special tax arrangements.
[BBC News]

EU: Apple-Ireland tax deal illegal, possible fines imposed on Apple
We already reported on this one yesterday, but it's official now: after a preliminary investigation, the EU has accused Ireland of providing illegal state aid to Apple by means of Apple-specific low tax rates which the EU states do not conform to market standards. In addition, while there are (...)

EU to decry Apple's Irish tax deal
The EU is expected to accuse Apple of benefiting from illegal state aid through its tax arrangements in Ireland.
[BBC News]

EU to accuse Apple of taking illegal tax aid from Ireland
The European Union will accuse Apple of taking illegal aid from the Irish state through sweetheart tax deals over two decades, the Financial Times reported on Monday. A European Commission investigation into Apple's tax affairs in Ireland, where it has a rate of less than 2%, has found that the (...)
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