/ 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).
Elsewhere on the site
Shortly after the sun crested Half Dome on 28th October, two of Yosemite Valley’s fastest women started up the Yosemite... Read more
Urban climber James Kingston will be on stage at all UK screenings to answer questions about his remarkable film... Read more
The B.D.V. — short for Black Diamond Vertical — jacket and pants are Black Diamond’s most versatile climbing... Read more