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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...

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 Prime Ministers pledge to confront inequality is welcome

Commenting on the Prime Minister's speech to Conservative Party conference today, Oxfam GB chief executive Mark Goldring said: "Oxfam welcomes the Prime Minister's pledge to confront...

Closing gap between haves and have-nots is companies' business - poll

The British public overwhelmingly believes business has a responsibility to act to reduce inequality and put an end to corporate tax dodging, according to a YouGov poll commissioned by Oxfam and...

Richest 1% owns 20 times more than UK's poorest 20%

Oxfam calls on PM to set out plan to close Britain's great divide in her conference speech ...

Response to G20 Leaders’ meeting in Hangzhou

In response to the G20 Leaders' meeting in Hangzhou, China, Oxfam's Head of Global Policy and Campaigns, Penny Fowler, said: ...

G20 summit will test Prime Minister's resolve on tax transparency - Oxfam

Oxfam today urged the Prime Minister to use this weekend's G20 Summit to find new opportunities as the UK prepares to leave the EU for international cooperation to prevent tax dodging, in order...

REACTION Apple tax ruling shows need for tough coordinated action to stop tax dodging

Commenting on the European Commission's ruling today that Apple received 13 billion euros in illegal state aid from the Irish Government, Oxfam's Head of Inequality Nick Bryer said: ...

Reaction to verdicts in the LuxLeaks whistleblowers trial

Reacting to the verdicts in the LuxLeaks whistleblowers trial, Oxfam's Head of Inequality, Nick Bryer, said: ...

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