Tax avoidance: At the sharp end
Public distaste for aggressive tax planning is growing – is it time to review the status quo, asks Penny Sukhraj
The implication of that which is morally repugnant is that it should neither be tolerated nor accepted. So, if tax avoidance is ‘morally repugnant’ as proclaimed by the chancellor, might it be time to demonstrate the fitting response to ‘intolerance’ and criminalise this altogether?
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