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Three major British Churches are calling on Chancellor George Osborne to take tough action on tax avoidance in his 21 March 2012 statement.
Cash strapped as it seeks to avoid the European debt crisis, Italy's parliament is debating a measure to force church-owned properties to pay property taxes.
Two Labour council leaders are supporting calls from the Green Party for the government to “come clean” on their future proposals for local government finance.
Christian Aid has welcomed Labour leader Ed Miliband’s determination to tackle the tax havens harming both UK public finances and the world's poor
The proposed move by the UK tax authorities to target 20,000 smaller companies is being criticised as inappropriate, misplaced and bureaucratic.
Church Action on Poverty says it is "delighted" at the first success of their campaign to 'Close the Gap' between rich and poor through fairer taxes.
New plans to reveal more about multinationals’ finances need toughening to help poor countries fight multi-billion pound tax dodging, says Christian Aid.
The government's plan to "localise business rates" stands accused of harbouring damaging effects for local government, small business and the environment.
Plaid Cymru have called for a windfall tax on the profits of energy companies to support people on low incomes during a period of massive energy price hikes.
Investors wanting to ensure their money supports ethical concerns should add tax behaviour to the criteria by which companies are judged, says Christian Aid.
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Conscience: Taxes for Peace Not War are holding a Parliamentary reception on 2 March hosted by Ruth Cadbury, MP.
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