Ryanair deputy chief executive Howard Millar riled Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller at an investor conference in London yesterday. Miller, who was representing his airline’s 30% stake in Aer Lingus, again asked whether the internal report, commissioned from Deloitte and McCann FitzGerald into why the airline’s leave-and-return scheme resulted in the need to settle a €30m tax bill, would be published. When Mueller answered that the report wouldn’t be made available, Millar accused Aer Lingus of a cover-up. He then asked for assurances that Aer Lingus wouldn’t inject any more money into the pension scheme, and for it to

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