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UK today after becoming the focus of demonstrators who wanted to transform them into food banks'. Direct action group UK Uncut has managed to shut down branches in Glasgow, Sheffield, Brixton and Regent Street in London after targeting a number of
The committee had seen an invoice sent to clients by Google from a London address, as well as a presentation describing steps of the selling process involving UK-based staff. It also been contacted by a senior salesman who she said was paid a modest'
The Starbucks and Googles of this world will always find tax loopholes. We need to link taxation once again to civic virtue and demonstratable social impact...After a scandal in which it has emerged that some major multinationals have paid little or
A Goldman Sachs sign is seen over their kiosk on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, April 26, 2010. Britain 's tax authority faces a court challenge on Thursday over a deal with Goldman Sachs worth an estimated 10 million pounds ($15.5 million)
Concrete responses to the underlying causes and drivers of the financial crisis have been feeble and half-hearted at best. Here in the UK the government is still dithering over whether to implement the weak Vickers commission proposal on ringfencing
Energy giant EDF today dropped a £5m law suit against 21 climate change protesters that shut down the company's new West Burton gas-fired power station last October. Campaigners claimed the climb down as a major victory after a backlash in which
Ian Nicholson/PA The energy company EDF is seeking more than £5m in damages from a group of more than 20 activists who occupied one of its power stations for a week last year, in an action campaigners claim could stifle the right to protest across
You will be distracted, you will grow tired, we will wait you out, we are patient, we are the 1%, reads a poster produced in the midst of the Occupy zeal and euphoria. The sardonically prophetic statement was too close to the truth for comfort.
Getty Images Fortnum & Mason's profits plummeted by 72% after the Queen's favourite retailer was forced to pay hundreds of thousands of pounds in compensation for failing to deliver festive hampers in time for Christmas Day in 2011. Fortnum's pre-tax
Henry Taylor Figures suggest Shell has had the greatest access to ministers under the 'buddy' scheme, with 56 face-to-face meetings since May 2010. Photograph: Robin Utrecht/EPA The government is expanding a controversial scheme which pairs dozens of