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Labour to hire army of UK tax inspectors to claw back £36billion a year from cheats & dodgers

Source: mirror.co.uk 2 September 2017

“John McDonnell says Labour would hire ­hundreds more tax ­inspectors to claw £36billion a year back from avoidance.

Mr McDonnell said: “Revenue and Customs has suffered terrible, counterproductive cuts, with even more on the horizon.” 71 more words


HMRC wins 22 out of 26 tax avoidance cases in 2016-17

Source: accountancyage.com, 23 August 2017

“In 2016-2017 HMRC only lost three out of 26 tax avoidance cases taken to court. It netted 22 wins and one mixed result, according to statistics published by HMRC.” 79 more words


The Corrupt Can't Hide: India's Modi defends war on graft


© AFP | Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says his shock decision to devalue India’s largest banknotes has paid dividends

NEW DELHI (AFP) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi marked 70 years of Indian independence Tuesday with an impassioned defence of his war on corruption, declaring a controversial move to flush out tax cheats a huge success that netted billions. 242 more words

HMRC wins again, ‘brain disorder research’ scheme guilty of tax avoidance

Source: HMRC 20 July 2017

HM Revenue and Customs has won a legal battle against a tax avoidance scheme, which claimed £122 million was spent on research into brain disorders, when only £7 million of it reached a genuine research company. 284 more words


Critics warn feds on consequences of tightening income tax amnesty program

OTTAWA – Within weeks, Ottawa is expected to unveil proposed restrictions to an income tax amnesty program that has raked in millions for federal coffers, but experts are warning the government to tread carefully so that the changes don’t siphon off the revenue flow. 638 more words


"Diageo told to pay £107m in extra tax" in UK profits row

Source: bbc.co.uk 10th May 2017

“Diageo has been ordered to pay £107m by the UK tax authority as part of a long-running investigation into moving profit between its global businesses. 57 more words


GOOGLE, Apple and Microsoft are among seven multinationals facing substantial tax bills from the ATO

Source: news.com.au, 7 April 2107

GOOGLE, Apple and Microsoft are among seven multinationals being hit with substantial tax bills by the Australian Taxation Office. Earlier this month the ATO said it has served the companies with a combined $2.9 billion of liabilities. 128 more words