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PostSubject: Re: Money laundering and tax evasion.   Money laundering and tax evasion. - Page 9 EmptyTue 26 Apr - 9:55

Now Luxembourg are taking the people that exposed their tax scams to court. Guess who was in charge in Luxembourg when all these dodges were implemented? Jean Claude Juncker no less, although he has done nothing illegal either, #allinittogether #thickasthieves

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-36135626
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Course it doesn't have any connection it's all down to them lazy disabldes.
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So at 20% that would be £24millon that has missed the treasury and at unearned income rates it would be £48million. #itcouldalwaysbeworse
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PostSubject: Re: Money laundering and tax evasion.   Money laundering and tax evasion. - Page 9 EmptySun 8 May - 10:55

Cameron doesn't know the meaning of irony, he's leading a fight to wipe out corruption, LMFAO.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36239958
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PostSubject: Re: Money laundering and tax evasion.   Money laundering and tax evasion. - Page 9 EmptyMon 9 May - 9:41

Pressure put on Cameron ahead of summit,
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36243862

Another high-profile signatory, Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Colombia University, also told the BBC that tax havens showed directly "how the rich and the powerful really control the levers of finance".

Asked whether he was confident of strong outcomes from the anti-corruption summit on Thursday, he said: "I think these governments don't really want to do much because their powerful backers, whether it's in the City of London or on Wall Street, are fighting very, very hard to keep these loopholes open."

Professor Sachs added: "But the public sees more and more; even with the secrecy, we're in a more transparent world so I think our governments are being pushed and pushed harder and harder to crack down on these abuses."

And the general population worry more about Eastenders than the state of the nation.
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PostSubject: Re: Money laundering and tax evasion.   Money laundering and tax evasion. - Page 9 EmptyFri 25 Nov - 22:55

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Another high-profile signatory, Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Colombia University, also told the BBC that tax havens showed directly "how the rich and the powerful really control the levers of finance".

Asked whether he was confident of strong outcomes from the anti-corruption summit on Thursday, he said: "I think these governments don't really want to do much because their powerful backers, whether it's in the City of London or on Wall Street, are fighting very, very hard to keep these loopholes open."

Professor Sachs added: "But the public sees more and more; even with the secrecy, we're in a more transparent world so I think our governments are being pushed and pushed harder and harder to crack down on these abuses."

And the general population worry more about Eastenders than the state of the nation.
Transparent? Except for F1 of course who kept £400 million courtesy of HMRC. There still remains the children trapped in a poverty trap and people like you and me who get tax adjustments to ensure we pay the £450 tax we owe from 2 years back.
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