The UK is part of ‘axis of tax avoidance’ responsible for 72% global tax losses

by | Jul 9, 2020

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The UK still reels from the job recovery program announced yesterday (hyperlink) as HMRC reveals concerns about value for money. High street chemist Boots to cut 4000 jobs regardless. The FCA also receives a scathing write up in FTAdviser.

The UK is part of an ‘axis of tax avoidance’ according to new research.


The statistics in the US are rather remarkable.


Boots announce 4000 jobs cut along with 53 shop closures.

The permanent secretary for HMRC questioned yesterday’s £30bn stimulus announcement.


And finally, the FTAdviser report ‘consumer fell victim to FCA shortcomings.’


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