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Timms takes the calm approach to UK taxation

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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