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DP Nov 29
A disappointing move by the Irish government.
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tweetabit Nov 29
12 EU states reject move to expose companies' tax avoidance This measure should’ve passed without hiccups. It’s shameful!!
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James S. Henry, Esq. Nov 29
I guess the Walton family needed to buy more Jackson Pollocks so they could donate them + get still more tax writeoffs.
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Paul Malkovich Dec 6
When U.S. Citizenship Starts Looking Like a Bad Deal cc:
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paula riseborough Dec 2
Shameful that the wealthiest businesses don't pay their fair share of tax
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James S. Henry, Esq. 10h
Living the good high-tax high happiness life in intensely capitalist Finland
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Lorena Fuentes Dec 2
I prefer , but if philanthropists want in on , they should give💰directly.⬇️ "Abundant shows that the most effective way for philanthropists to advance women’s rights worldwide is to directly invest in the women’s movement."
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S&D Group Dec 3
We sent a strong message for ambitious global tax reform from the today. This reform must ensure all big companies pay their fair share of tax where value is created and where the economic activity takes place. now!
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Roberta Cowan Dec 1
Amazon worst for 'aggressive' tax avoidance
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Robert Palmer Dec 5
Brilliant to see this tax transparency standard from one of the leading sustainable business reporting groups. Change is coming
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pcs south west Dec 4
to PCS members on strike tomorrow again to save Ealing tax office. Please support by contributing to the strike fund
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WeCanDoBetter Dec 2
Replying to @60Minutes
Nobody working full time should be homeless. This is a mother f*"cking first world country.
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Cate LLB Dec 6
Uber Adding To Air Pollution In Europe - Report via *forbes It is good that the licence has not been renewed. They also should pay thier share of tax. See recent court case .
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Dionyssis G. Dimitrakopoulos Dec 1
Replying to @DGDimitrakop
on thousands of Swiss bank clients who were not paying their fair share of tax – prompting thousands of people to turn themselves in to the authorities and pay back €7.2bn in taxes.'
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Dr Courtney Howard Dec 3
“When we talk about who actually protects our families from , it’s , , , . We need more social infrastructure. It’s about linking to . Workers need to be included in policymaking.”
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Alex Cobham Dec 3
My son just looked at this gif, and said 'why don't we give all that money to the uncounted people?' Why not indeed!
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Daniel Kuettel Nov 29
Replying to @GreensEFA
is not gained by abusing to criminally harm locals who bank locally with immoral and unethical discrimination. Please stop harming the innocent with financial crimes!
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KirstenPearson Dec 4
this video highlights issues of tax avoidance and evasion in the Congo by foreign mining interests:
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Daniel Kuettel Nov 29
Replying to @Jason_John2
The problem with is that governments abuse and misuse it with discrimination to harm locals who bank locally.
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Alex Cobham Nov 29
Replying to @alexcobham
If the advice of independent tax law experts quoted is correct, that even this blatant misrepresentation of the facts would not support charges of tax fraud, it is confirmation of just how far the scales have tipped against .
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