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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 central London branch of Barclay's Bank was closed early after Christians concerned about economic injustice planned to hold an act of worship there.
A new Tax and Financial Transparency Bill has been tabled in the House of Commons to tackle the UK's billion-pound tax evasion scandal.
The government’s ‘publish-what-you-pay’ standard for mining and ‘extractive’ companies across the world is a welcome but partial move, says Christian Aid.
Anti-poverty campaigners have handed George Osborne a large jammy dodger biscuit after an opinion poll named the chancellor Britain's worst tax shirker.
Campaigners will tomorrow (17 December 2010) demonstrate outside HM Revenue and Customs amid calls for a blitz on tax dodgers.
A wave of protests over UK tax avoidance by big business and wealthy individuals began in high streets across the country this weekend.
Christian Aid has called on Tanzania to end tax anomalies that have deprived a country rich in mineral resources of badly needed revenue that could help the poor.
Multinational companies could be forced to reveal far more about their finances in the Global South following a European Commission move welcomed by Christian Aid.
Christian Aid Scotland and the Church of Scotland have launched a report raising awareness of the billions lost to poor countries from tax evasion and avoidance.