The most recent documents available on this subject are:Action at home and leadership abroad needed to tackle tax avoidance, says TUC
Responding to the Prime Minister's speech in Davos today (Thursday) in which he announced that he intends to use the UK Presidency of the G8 to tackle global tax evasion and avoidance, TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady said:
Commenting on plans announced today (Monday) by the Treasury to tackle tax avoidance, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
With tax avoidance by companies and the super-rich costing the public purse an estimated £25 billion a year, the TUC has today (Wednesday) published Kerching! - a spoof celebrity-gossip style magazine - to embarrass the government into acting against...
Support for a financial transactions tax (FTT) - often called the Robin Hood Tax - to make banks and financial institutions pay something back to society has the support of almost two-thirds of voters (63 per cent) in 13 countries around the world, a...
Welcoming the beginning of a government consultation today (Tuesday) into a new anti-abuse rule which could help crack down on tax avoidance in the UK, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
Many multi-national companies are paying a lower rate of tax on their profits than most people pay on their income or when buying items subject to VAT, the TUC says today (Thursday) as it urges the government to launch a comprehensive review of the t...
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