5 Tax-Avoid­ing Com­pa­nies in the UK

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paid £4,327 in cor­po­ra­tion tax in 2014, af­ter it made a pre-tax loss of £28.5 mil­lion, ac­cord­ing to fil­ings at Com­pa­nies House

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UK busi­ness paid just £11.9 mil­lion in cor­pora- tax last year on £5.3 bil­lion in sales

In 2012, Google re­vealed it paid only £11.6 mil­lion to the Trea­sury, de­spite tak­ing £3.4 bil­lion in the UK

paid £22,134 tax last year de­spite mak­ing an £866,000 profit

In Oc­to­ber, the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion ruled that tax deal in the EU was il­le­gal, or­der­ing it to pay be­tween €20-30m to Nether­lands

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