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Shell hits back at criticism of tax structure

Shell hits back at criticism of tax structure
Reports allege oil group’s plan has cost Dutch treasury as much as £6.1bn in lost income.Shell has hit back at criticism of a tax structure it set up as part of a relocation of its headquarters from London to The Hague following reports that it has cost the ...

Cristiano Ronaldo 'to accept fine and suspended jail term' in tax case

Cristiano Ronaldo 'to accept fine and suspended jail term' in tax case
Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly agreed to accept a €18.8m (£16.4m) fine and a suspended jail term to settle tax evasion charges. The Real Madrid and Portugal footballer, 33, was accused last year of defrauding tax authorities of €14.8m, charges he...

UK overseas territories fight back against financial transparency measures

UK overseas territories fight back against financial transparency measures
Ten years ago the Tax Justice Network was told it’d never happen, but recently British Members of Parliament voted to stop secret ownership of companies in British Overseas Territories. Unfortunately the Crown Dependencies were not included in the measure ...

British overseas territories in talks to keep tax haven secrecy

British overseas territories in talks to keep tax haven secrecy
UK plan to impose public registers of share ownership sparked protests and calls for constitutional separation.Leaders of British overseas territories are to hold two days of showdown talks with ministers in an attempt to reverse the UK government’s ...

Spain’s new culture minister steps down over tax fine

Spain’s new culture minister steps down over tax fine
Màxim Huerta stepped down as Spain’s culture and sports minister today after a week in office, following reports that he had been fined for evading hundred of thousands of euros in taxes. The resignation is an early blow to new socialist Prime Minister Pedro ...

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