An Ennis economist fears the ‘Paradise Papers’ revelations are not over yet.
It’s after revelations that Bono and actors from Mrs Brown’s Boys were shown to have used complex overseas accounts to divert from their full tax liability in Ireland.
It’s been widely criticised by members of the Oireachtas, who have called on those named in the leak to pay their taxes at home.
Ennis man Dr Micheál Collins, who’s an assistant professor at University College Dublin, believes the public outcry will keep it on the government’s agenda.
You can listen back to Dr Collins speaking on Clare FM’s Morning Focus below: