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Christian Aid has described the Chancellor’s neglect of structural problems with global tax rules as a missed opportunity to go ‘beyond aid’ in helping developing countries.
A comparison of what the UK’s big four High Street banks reveal about their operations around the world shows that HSBC is currently the most secretive, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid says it sees little in the Budget Speech, or the EU's new plan on tax transparency, to make a difference to the tax dodging draining billions from developing countries.
Christian Aid, the UK-based churches development agency, has commented on the tax fairness policies in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.
After research exposing secret deals allowing extensive multinational tax dodging, a new report says EU governments are failing to tackle tax abuse.
G8 countries have yet to live up to the important commitments they made on tax and transparency at their Northern Ireland summit a year ago, says Christian Aid.
The secrecy surrounding thousands of subsidiaries created in tax havens by leading UK companies has created a black hole at the heart of the FTSE100, a new Christian Aid report warns.
The UK government is lagging behind business leaders in its support for corporate transparency, a new survey suggests.
The UK should require the mining, oil and gas companies listed on the London Stock Exchange to reveal more about their global finances, says Christian Aid.
A new poll for Christian Aid shows the majority of Britons (57 per cent) believe that company owners should not be allowed to keep their identities secret.