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Despite being rescued by taxpayers during the crash, UK banks will avoid paying £19 billion of tax on future profits by offsetting their losses against tax.
Tthe Rev Jesse Jackson will be in London on Wednesday 20 October to back a lobby of Parliament on climate change and global tax transparency.
Christian Aid has welcomed a US law challenging corruption in poor countries and boosting pressure for global reforms against tax dodging and bribery.
Christian Aid is stepping up its project to gauge what FTSE100 companies think about how multinationals’ tax practices affect developing countries.
Manchester United tops a new 'Football Secrecy League' published this week by international development agency Christian Aid to highlight the harmful secrecy of tax havens.
Government ministers seem to be rather confused about their attitude to fraud.
Christian Aid has launched its latest Alternative Tax Award – 'Tax Superhero of the Year' – and has invited nominations of suitably qualified firms and individuals.
Christian Aid has welcomed the Foot Report on British offshore financial centres as a further sign that the UK is taking responsibility for its major role in the global problem of tax havens.
While leaders of the rich world have been meeting to discuss the economic crisis, a British aid agency has highlighted the way in which derisory tax rates deprive poor countries of billions in lost revenue.
Christian Aid delivered an Alternative Tax Award to the offices of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) in Cannon Street, the City of London, yesterday.