It is time for the workers’ voice on tax justice and social security in Scotland, writes LYNN HENDERSON
Tuesday 15th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
WHO are we to doubt the word of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) that transnational corporations “pay the tax due under UK law and we do not settle for a penny less?”
So, if Facebook paid just £4,327 in corporation tax on UK revenues of £105 million, this means...
Saturday 5th Mar 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
IT’S tempting to feel sorry for poor old Tory grandees and “self-made” multi-millionaire donors who’ve have had a rough ride over the past 12 months.
Hot on the heels of revelations about Sports Direct’s casual approach to employment law and the HMRC...
Tuesday 23rd Feb 2016
TORY London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith was challenged to come clean yesterday over claims he has exploited his nondom status to dodge millions in tax.
Labour called for Mr Goldsmith to clear up questions hanging over his tax arrangements after he danced...
Thursday 18th Feb 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
YESTERDAY was a red letter day in the weirdly amorphous world of parliamentary committees.
It’s been ages since they had a proper bastard to have a pop at, that they were not in some way beholden to.
So when senior Google executive Matt Brittin took his seat they...
Friday 12th Feb 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
Artful dodgers prepare to take on NHS tenders as commissioners moot climbdown to avoid privateer lawsuits
Wednesday 3rd Feb 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Firm’s low tax rate ‘a slap in the face’ to taxpayers
posted by Will Stone in Britain
COMMUNIST trade union leader Ken Gill famously referred to taxation as “the price we pay for civilisation.” If so last week gave further evidence of just how uncivilised a country Britain has become after decades of neoliberalism.
Google’s deal with HMRC has rightly...
Monday 1st Feb 2016
Not enough tax evaders prosecuted, says MPs’ standards committee
Wednesday 4th Nov 2015
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
The corruption crisis surrounding Germany’s 2006 World Cup intensified yesterday after tax authorities launched raids on the country’s football federation (DFB) and private residences.
Documents and hard drives were seized from the DFB’s headquarters in Frankfurt and...
posted by Morning Star in Sport