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HMRC investigate Google’s taxes by Googling “Google’s taxes”

Martin Nunn, head of HMRC’s Corporate Tax division, today responded to criticism about HMRC’s lack of action against Google, who yet again have not paid any tax.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2013
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Terror organisation admits responsibility for ‘legal but immoral’ tax avoidance

all activities legally licensed abroadFollowing public criticism and protests against multi-national companies and the levels of tax they pay, the spotlight has moved over to Al-Qaeda. The international terrorist organisation has been operating in the UK for well over 15 years but has yet to post any taxes with HMRC.

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Posted: Dec 10th, 2012
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‘Inspired by Starbucks’ self-employed UK builder goes Fair trade

‘I’ve pledged to record my labour on at least one job a month – but not if it’s something like a whole extension’

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Posted: Dec 7th, 2012
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Starbucks to present HMRC with giant cardboard cheque in publicity coup

Starbucks is to counter bad publicity about its corporate greed with a series of meaningful events that will engage the public with their favourite coffee brand, culminating in a photo opportunity featuring a giant cardboard cheque, made payable to HMRC.

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Posted: Dec 4th, 2012
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Starbucks introduce new ‘Fairtax’ coffees

‘This new Fairtax range will help to make those who sit in our cafes, reading Kindles, updating Facebook statuses and pretending to write novels, feel that much better about themselves. Especially if they’re on a Vodafone network.’

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Posted: Nov 26th, 2012
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