Posted on December 04, 2015
Launch of False Economy Briefing:
Pictured are General Secretary Patricia King and report author Fergus Whelan
Fergus Whelan asks who gains and who loses from this growing practice
You could do a lot with €640 million.
At a very minimum, you’d imagine a sum of this magnitude would ensure our housing crisis was a thing of the past.
Or that the shocking sight of senior citizens being forced to endure days and nights on trolleys in Accident & Emergency departments across the country, might be consigned to history.
But it seems we don’t need the money.
That at least is one of the conclusions that could be drawn from the newly-published Congress Briefing False Economy: The Growth of Bogus Self-Employment in the Construction Industry.
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Categories: Bogus self employment • Fraud • Construction