Stephen Timms is the UK's tax minister. His responsibility, as financial secretary to the Treasury, for the strategic oversight of taxation is at a time when the global economy has gone wrong and corporations are looking for the greener grass of lower tax jurisdictions increases. He should not be care-free and relaxed. Does he know something we do not? Or does he have complete control over the situation? Jack Grocott finds out.
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