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Oxfam reaction to UK Budget

On tax  Oxfam's Head of Inequality, Rebecca Gowland, said: "Despite announcing plans to try to ensure tech companies pay their fair share in the UK, the Chancellor...

Majority of Conservative voters think Government should be doing more to tackle tax dodging - poll

More than two thirds (70 percent) of Conservative voters think the Government should be doing more to tackle tax dodging by companies, which deprives countries of vital funds needed to fight poverty,...

Reaction: Sheer volume of Paradise Papers data shows industrial-scale tax dodging

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has just published new data on close to 25,000 entities connected to the Paradise Papers. Commenting on this release of files on Appleby...

In a year of non-stop climate disasters, COP23 offers scant support

With the United Nations' climate conference drawing to a close, it's clear there's been very little progress on how to help people affected by climate change, despite record-breaking...

Yemen: Hasten push for peace or be complicit in the country's famine

Cancellation of a meeting of five countries with the power to unlock a path to peace in Yemen must not be used as an excuse to delay lifting the blockade or agreeing the ceasefire that the war-torn...

Reaction: Credit Suisse Global Wealth report highlights huge gulf between haves and have nots

In reaction to the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report, published today, Oxfam's Head of Advocacy Katy Chakrabortty, said: "This report highlights the huge gulf between the haves...

Reaction: MPs from all sides call for greater tax transparency

Responding to calls from MPs from all sides - including Andrew Mitchell, Nigel Mills, Vince Cable and Margaret Hodge - for action to improve transparency, made in today's emergency Commons...

Online sales boost reveals changing face of Oxfam shops

Oxfam helps 11.6m people worldwide with growing contribution from e-commerce and donated goods ...

Reaction to news that Penny Mourdant has been appointed as new international development secretary

Mark Goldring, Oxfam Chief Executive, said: "I warmly welcome Penny Mordaunt's appointment and look forward to working with her to ensure that Britain continues to play a leading role in...

Five steps the UK Government should take to end tax scandals

The UK Government should urgently prioritise tough action to tackle tax dodging by multinationals and wealthy individuals that deprives the world's poorest regions of $170 billion every year,...

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