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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.
After research exposing secret deals allowing extensive multinational tax dodging, a new report says EU governments are failing to tackle tax abuse.
Multinational companies may have a moral duty to pay more tax than the letter of the law strictly requires of them, according to a new Christian Aid report on tax and theology.
Christian leaders representing over 1 billion people from 170 nations have sent an Open Letter to heads of the G20, calling for urgent action on corruption and tax evasion.
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.
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.
An ITUC survey shows a majority of the UK electorate feel ministers prioritise business interests over workers' rights and have failed to tackle unemployment and tax avoidance.
Just after the G8 agreed to support developing countries collect taxes owed to them, a parliamentary committee voted against legislation to make the task easier.
New research has revealed that 56 per cent of British adults believe that tax avoidance by multinational companies is morally wrong
Aid and human rights agencies have expressed dismay at the UK government's repeated failure to heed informed criticism of its legal plans.
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