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Reaction: Prime Minister's commitment to economic reform must ensure the economy benefits all

Commenting in response to the Prime Minister's speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos today, in which she said a new approach from business and government was needed to respond to public...

Eight people own same wealth as half the world

Pre-Davos report shows gap between richest and poor is greater than feared Eight billionaires own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who form the poorest half of the world's population,...

REACTION: Tax transparency needed to hold overseas territories to account

Margaret Hodge MP has today proposed an amendment to the Criminal Finance Bill that would ensure the UK's overseas territories adopt the same transparency standards as the rest of the UK by the...

Bermuda named world’s worst tax haven - Oxfam

Four UK-linked territories - Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Jersey and the British Virgin Islands - appear in a new list of the world's 15 worst corporate tax havens revealed by Oxfam today. ...

REACTION: Countries from around the world demand a more transparent global tax system

Politicians from around the world today called on governments to ensure that comprehensive information about companies' taxable activities is published, at the Public Affairs Committee summit...

Reaction: British tax haven used in football tax dodge

Reports today show that football stars including Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho; Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo; Monaco captain, Radamel Falcao; and Arsenal player, Mesut Özil are...

Oxfam reaction: New OECD tax data

New OECD tax data reveals governments are taxing poor and letting rich off the hook, says Oxfam Responding to the publication of two new tax reports by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation...

Land inequality in Latin America worse today than in decades, says Oxfam

Latin American countries have failed to govern their lands fairly and are now so deep in thrall to rich elites and big business that the future of sustainable and inclusive development of much of...

Credit Suisse report: Richest 1% own quarter of UK wealth

In reaction to the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report published today, which shows that despite economic uncertainty following Brexit and a fall in overall wealth*, the richest one percent of the...

REACTION: MPs say lack of transparency in UK offshore territories hinders anti-corruption drive

Commenting on today's International Development Committee's report which found that the continuing lack of transparency in the UK's Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies risks significantly...

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