Has anyone else woken up this morning with a G8 hang-over? Maybe it’s just me? Maybe I drank too much of the Kool-aid but weren’t we expecting a bit better than this?
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The OECD says there are vast amounts offshore – and that can only be with the knowing assistance of the world’s big banks
The OECD issued a new report overnight for the G8. The subject is automatic information exchange – the theme of today’s G8 summit.
As G8 leaders prepare to meet in County Fermanagh with the issue of tax evasion high on the agenda, Northern Ireland’s finance minister Sammy Wilson has accused the Irish government of ‘stealing’ tax revenue from the United Kingdom.
This table has just been published by the OECD and shows the “tax wedge” taken from employment earnings for all 34 OECD countries.
The CPS is set to increase the number of tax evasion cases it prosecutes fivefold to 1,500 a year by 2014-15.
Tax dodging isn’t just for Starbucks; there is plenty committed by other companies you may not have heard about.
Last year, the UK donated £4.2bn to poor countries. Now Osborne is considering changes that will allow multinationals to avoid paying £4bn to poor countries.
Why on earth would the Sun focus on benefit fraud rather than tax avoidance, asks Alex Hern. Could it be because of the actions of their proprietor, one R. Murdoch Esq?