Google’s UK tax deal with HMRC settles nothing, brings more questions than answers
When UK chancellor George Osborne took to the stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos to announce that revenue authority HMRC had agreed a deal with Google to claim unpaid tax from the last decade, he probably expected plaudits – or, at least, some recognition of HMRC’s work.
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