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Elite Hypocrisy on Tax Avoidance: Different Rules Apply

Elite Hypocrisy on Tax Avoidance: Different Rules Apply

Old Holborn April 14, 2016 2

This week has seen an explosion in something that affects us all: The dreaded tax on merely having the audacity to exist as a human being. Off-shore trusts have been plundered and gory details

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A Brief History Of Labour Tax Avoidance

A Brief History Of Labour Tax Avoidance

Lee Jenkins April 11, 2016 1

Labour want to turn the latest tax avoidance headlines into a moral issue – but they should get their own house in order first, writes Lee Jenkins. If the narrative of some is to

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Should We Allow Conscientious Objection to Military Taxation?

Should We Allow Conscientious Objection to Military Taxation?

Sam Woolfe January 29, 2014 1

Conscientious objection to military taxation (COMT) is a principle which says that citizens be entitled to insist that their taxes not be spent for military purposes. COMT is supposed to logically extend from the

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The Reality of Tax Avoidance

The Reality of Tax Avoidance

Backbencher June 19, 2013 0

By David McNeilage If you happen to have switched on your TV in the last few months or so you will have no doubt become familiar with the phrase ‘tax avoidance’, with well known

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Tax Avoidance – your natural right

Tax Avoidance – your natural right

Olly Neville December 18, 2012 5

Richard Murphy has argued that tax avoidance isn’t legal because it exists in a grey area between laws. He claims that ‘There is no simple black and white dividing line between legal and illegal.

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Google is completely right to avoid tax.

Google is completely right to avoid tax.

Backbencher December 17, 2012 2

  Neil Wilson,   The fact that I regularly practice tax avoidance should make the average UK Uncut activist boil over with rage. According to the moral framework that these people live by, where

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Tax Is Theft

Tax Is Theft

Olly Neville November 12, 2012 19

What is theft? According to the 1968 Theft Act: 1.-(1) A person is guilty of theft, if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it;

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