/ Naming and Shaming Tax Dodgers
I think this is a good idea, but it does beg the question - Did HMRC only managed to nail 9 people/companies for this - I was expecting a list as long as my arm!
What no Goldman Sachs?
Always the small-fry...presumably they don't give gifts to the Party either. One law for the majority, another for the elite etc etc
All sounds a bit small beer compared to the stories we've been reading re big business and the likes of Jimmy Carr.
Is a hairdresser, a coach operator etc really the best thye can come up with?
Seriously, I think there is an issue with tax avoidance but the issue is more around the inequality of it - i.e. it's easy for the rich individual and multi-national companies to dodge tax but hard for a small company or average person (beyond the state-sanctioned method mentioned above).
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