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Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Cameron and Osborne have driven the richest American Internet companies to Ireland, WHY?

I saw the following on Guido's website at order-order.com and nearly wept in despair!

Twitter joins ...

Google
Facebook
Microsoft
Linked-In
Zynga
PayPal
eBay
AOL
Yahoo

... in Dublin, where the internet hub is generating thousands of high-tech jobs of the future for Irish citizens

Can you blame them? 

Lower corporation tax rates and lower personal tax rates made it an easy decision for Ali Rowghani, the chief financial officer of Twitter. 

How on earth are we going to survive the bumpy road ahead if our three main left wing parties run the country on socialist principles of envy. Business create jobs, not Governments. 

Politicians are supposed to be the servants of the people, but I can't think of any jobs around my house I would trust Cameron, Clegg or Milliband to perform.

The UK has to become more tax competitive if it wants to attract geographically mobile internet firms.

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