Paschal Donohoe
age: 44 years
European People's Party
Ireland
Finance Minister of Ireland
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Nationality: IE
8/22
Party: EPP
60/302
Gender: M
154/746
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17:23 ‘Managed no deal’ not an alternative to Brexit agreement, Government says

Tuesday, February 05, 2019 07:53:00 PM

Paschal Donohoe said there was “no such thing” as a so-called “managed no deal” that is being touted by some in London as an alternative to the deal reached between the UK and the EU. The EU’s stance is that the UK cannot be allowed to reduce the impact of leaving the EU without a deal by trying to enter into other deals.
State agency aims to fund thousands of properties

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 02:05:00 AM

A new state agency aims to deliver 7,500 new homes through the provision of up to €1.5 billion of senior debt funding to small-to-medium sized builders. Home Building Finance Ireland (HBFI) was launched yesterday, three months after it was announced by Paschal Donohoe, the finance minister, as part of Budget 2019.
Government to engage ‘fully’ with OECD on digital tax, Donohoe says

Friday, January 25, 2019 02:01:00 PM

The Government, which has refused to sign up to an EU digital tax plan, will engage “fully” with the wider Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) as it looks to lay the foundations for an international tax on technology groups from as soon as next year, according to Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe.
No ‘free ride’ for Irish tax at Davos

Friday, January 25, 2019 09:14:00 AM

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has denied claims Ireland’s corporate tax regime is giving it “a free ride” as he reiterated opposition to any new attempt to usher in an EU-wide digital tax. Speaking on a panel at the annual gathering of corporate leaders and politicians at the Swiss ski resort of....
Under siege: world leaders take 'tax haven' swipe at us

Friday, January 25, 2019 05:11:00 AM

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe were yesterday forced in front of the world's most influential people at the World Economic Forum in Davos to defend how this country taxes big companies. Criticism from world leaders highlighted how Ireland's international image has become inextricably linked with our tax regime.
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Sean Reid retweeted
Mon Feb 18 13:23:22 +0000 2019
It’s part of a major push by Big Tobacco to get a seat at the policy table. They’ve sent hundreds of emails and held dozens…
Mon Feb 18 11:14:15 +0000 2019
It’s part of a major push by Big Tobacco to get a seat at the policy table. They’ve sent hundreds of emails and hel… https://t.co/nQ5L2uGf0e
Healthcare-Global retweeted
Mon Feb 18 09:55:22 +0000 2019
#ListenBack @FineGael Minister @Paschald on the #NursesStrike pay offer and the National Children's Hospital scandal. #Mus…
Healthcare-Global retweeted
Mon Feb 18 09:27:52 +0000 2019
#ListenBack @FineGael Minister @Paschald on the #NursesStrike pay offer and the National Children's Hospital scandal. #Mus…
Sun Feb 17 20:41:52 +0000 2019
Really surprised (and quite disappointed) at Paschal Donohoe’s handwriting https://t.co/hJodSj2IRg