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Toby Quantrill
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Toby Quantrill 10h
Replying to @Jayati1609 @icrict
:inclusive' Hmmm.
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Toby Quantrill 10h
How many bad apples do you need to find before you realise the whole tree might just be a bit rotten at its core?
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Robert Palmer Jan 21
The government should increase taxes on wealth if it is serious about 'levelling up' the UK - me in 1/
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Toby Quantrill 19h
Nothing will ever beat 'Offshore Banking Business' by the Members. Although 'Money on an Island' does run it close.
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Toby Quantrill Jan 21
Replying to @BofA_News
Abolishing billionaires.
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icrict Jan 21
“A real reform of the international tax system won't be achieved if the negotiations are driven by what multinationals are prepared to accept, as we have seen in the recent spat between the US and France over the digital sales tax”, said
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Will Fitzgibbon Jan 21
Replying to @WillFitzgibbon
PwC *really* liked "tax sanity checks."
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Christian Aid Global Jan 21
Christian Aid estimates that illicit financial flows (IFFs) cost poor countries $416bn a year in lost revenue. As the show, we must stop tolerating IFFs that rob the poor to enrich the wealthy.
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Sheridan Prasso Jan 21
Factcheck rebuttal to Trump's speech at , by the Nobel economist Joseph Stiglitz, being handed out in the auditorium where Trump is speaking
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Daniela Gabor Jan 21
oh look, greenwashing from our favourite systemic carbon financier.
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Christian Aid Global Jan 21
The highlight how poor nations like are robbed of revenue by illicit financial flows (IFFs) - money illegally or abusively earned or transferred. Christian Aid estimates that IFFs cost poor countries $416bn each year in lost revenue.
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Toby Quantrill Jan 21
Hmmm. This one got revealed due to leaks and superb journalism. How many others are at with similar stories, but yet to be revealed? 'More than a few' is almost certainly the correct answer.
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Linda van Tilburg Jan 20
The Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation ICRICT has called on global economic leaders at to fix the global tax system. It estimates that 40% of foreign profits go to tax havens.This is their solution.
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Nicholas Shaxson Jan 21
our two-faced approach to dirty money means we can't tackle it effectively. but there is another way.
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icrict Jan 20
“The impact of multinationals' tax avoidance is even greater for developing countries, as they rely more on corporate taxes. Furthermore, the tax burden is shifted to the poorest, usually through taxes regressive to consumption”: from
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Louise Russell-Prywata Jan 19
Incredible work from & . "A web of more than 400 companies and subsidiaries in 41 countries linked to Isabel dos Santos or her husband, including 94 in secrecy jurisdictions like Malta, Mauritius and Hong Kong."
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Gabriel Zucman Jan 19
Global wealth taxation and a global asset registry, now
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icrict Jan 19
Replying to @icrict
And this is ICRICT preliminary work on the idea of a UK asset register, out for public consultation, please comment by 31 Jan.
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Toby Quantrill Jan 19
Replying to @alexcobham
Meet the new Global Britain. Much like the old Global Britain.
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Global Alliance for Tax Justice Jan 18
While the 1% is preparing to meet in the World Economic Forum in Davos, we are joining the in the week of action (from Jan 18-25) calling for world leaders to act now on and illicit financial flows. Make some noise!
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