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Christian Aid, the UK-based churches development agency, has commented on the tax fairness policies in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement.
More than 4 in 5 British adults say tax avoidance by large companies is morally wrong even if legal, concludes a new ComRes poll for Christian Aid and ActionAid.
The EXPOSED campaign has welcomed G20 action to address key aspects of corruption,unethical tax evasion and financial secrecy.
With the eyes of the world on Brisbane ahead of this week’s G20 Summit, Micah Challenge has been seeking to make the most of the spotlight.
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.
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.
Campaigners claiming Vodafone has been let off an unpaid tax bill of £6 billion blockaded several shops across the UK yesterday
The secrecy surrounding thousands of subsidiaries created in tax havens by leading UK companies has created a black hole at the heart of the FTSE100, a new Christian Aid report warns.
European leaders should use a meeting of the European Council to agree further action against tax dodging by multinationals, a new report urges.
The government’s General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) is so poorly designed that it will allow 99 per cent of tax avoidance to continue, says a new expert briefing