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StrengthInNumbers
16th May 2015, 09:54
Hopefully they will not go mad! Under tax avoidance God knows what they will come up with!

TestMangler
16th May 2015, 10:08
1. remove Human Rights arbitration viia EU.
2. Take back everything you 'owe' by any means possible.
3. Tell the general population that 'aggressive avoidance' has been dealt with.

Did anyone actually think for a minute that 'clamping down on avoidance' meant anything other than crushing some 'small people' ?

philinlondon
16th May 2015, 12:26
Hopefully they will not go mad! Under tax avoidance God knows what they will come up with!

Target the likes of Google and Amazon retrospectively, firms moves its operational staff in the UK to cut cost and fire/make people redundant, some people will have to be on benefit and some other talents will leave the country with the firm. Is a win win situation for the UK govt really... :eek

TestMangler
16th May 2015, 12:33
Target the likes of Google and Amazon retrospectively, firms moves its operational staff in the UK to cut cost and fire/make people redundant, some people will have to be on benefit and some other talents will leave the country with the firm. Is a win win situation for the UK govt really... :eek

That is NOT going to happen.

unixman
16th May 2015, 14:37
HMRC prefers to keep the focus on the little people, while being taken to expensive restaurants by the big fish.

squirrel
16th May 2015, 15:07
Tell the general population that 'aggressive avoidance' has been dealt with.

And then turn their attention to "aggressive tax planning"

StrengthInNumbers
16th May 2015, 15:22
Neither the rich, nor the big companies will be effected. Only little people who are trying to work hard and move up the ladder will be crushed.
Last hope is courts don't play any political game and deliver rulings by the word of law. Otherwise this bunch will just destroy anyone trying to move up. Earning more by working hard is a crime under them