Morning Ireland News Quiz

Q.1
Ireland became the target of unwelcome attention this week when a US Senate committee grilled Apple CEO Tim Cook over the company's tax strategy. What did the committee say was the effective tax rate paid by Apple's Irish subsidiary ASI on the $22bn profit reported in its most recent accounts?

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Q.2
What is the title of the racy novel penned by Minister for Justice Alan Shatter?

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Q.3
It has emerged that the Dept of Finance warned the Central Bank in advance of potential problems with the Joyce commemorative coin. The coin misquotes a line from Ulysses, and Joyce's grandson Stephen described it as one of the 'greatest insults' ever to the family. Who did the Central Bank originally want to commemorate?

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Q.4
Celebrity gardener Diarmuid Gavin described this year's centenary Chelsea Flower Show as 'incredibly dull' and compared it to which UK political party?

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Q.5
Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia found himself in hot water this week over comments about:

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