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  • 14:35 House of Commons Business Commons Business

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    COMMONS CHAMBER 11.30am: Northern Ireland questions 12 noon: Prime minister questions Main business Debate on the address (jobs and work) Presentation of public petition: NHS health services in Guisborough, Brotton and Park En... Continue to article

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  • 08:30 Story (2 links): HMRC in new tax row

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    Vodafone was allowed to skip paying £8bn in tax in what MPs heard yesterday was a "sweetheart deal" with HM Revenue and Customs. The Public Accounts Committee also forced HMRC's lawyer Anthony Inglese to swear on the Bible that he was telling the truth about deals between the large companies and banks. Committee members Stephen Barclay said during the hearing yesterday: "We’re looking at a company that was given five years to pay even though it was sitting on a cash pile."

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HMRC in new tax row

Vodafone was allowed to skip paying £8bn in tax in what MPs heard yesterday was a "sweetheart deal" with HM Revenue and Customs. The Public Accounts Committee also forced HMRC's lawyer Anthony Inglese to swear on the Bible that he was telling the truth about deals between the large companies and banks. Committee members Stephen Barclay said during the hearing yesterday: "We’re looking at a company that was given five years to pay even though it was sitting on a cash pile."


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