All-Party Parliamentary Group argues for greater transparency around tax deals struck by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and big corporates.
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Recent years have seen much public outrage about the tax affairs of large corporates in particular the deals they strike with tax officials. A group of MPs now says deals between big multinationals and the UK’s tax authority over so-called sweetheart deals, should be brought under public scrutiny through the introduction of a new parliamentary committee.
A new paper from the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Anti-Corruption and Responsible Tax (APPG) argues a new committee should be put in place to scrutinise tax deals struck by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) and big corporates. In the past tax deals with companies such as Google have p
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