Ryanair: HMRC and employment tsar may question airline over pay

Ryanair has been referred to employment and tax authorities for investigation by two parliamentary committees, citing the airline’s ‘refusal to cooperate’ with inquiries over crew pay and conditions. 

Frank Field, chair of the work and pensions committee, and Rachel Reeves, chair of the business select committee, have written to HMRC and the director of labour market enforcement asking them to investigate Ryanair and the agencies that supply its cabin crew. 

Late last year, Ryanair declined to answer further questions about pay and employment practices, after an initial response failed to satisfy MPs.

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