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Significant international pressure from an increasing number of policy makers is steadily mounting against the secrecy offered by tax havens.
Investors wanting to ensure their money supports ethical concerns should add tax behaviour to the criteria by which companies are judged, says Christian Aid.
Policy makers are failing to live up to the pledges of the world’s most powerful nations to tackle tax haven secrecy, according to a major new index.
G20 ministers’ latest plan to help poor countries misses an opportunity to drive massive change by neglecting action against tax dodgers, says Christian Aid.
Christian Aid is warning that a new UK-Swiss tax deal amounts to collusion with criminality and will seriously damage poor countries.
Ministers should urgently rethink plans for a deal with Switzerland which would see UK tax evaders let off lightly while harming poor countries.
In most religious traditions there is a commitment to giving money to the poor, and more radically to various kinds of economic sharing within communities.
Christian Aid has welcomed legislation to force companies to reveal the taxes and fees paid to governments in every country where they operate.
The Baptist Union of Great Britain has voted to work with other churches against big companies which avoid paying tax to the detriment of the world's poor.
A debate on 29 March has asked how far banks have a responsibility to contribute to the common good, and if the proposed Robin Hood Tax is the solution.