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It’s time to kill off corporation tax for good

Britain's competitors soon will

By Simon Walker & Stephen Herring  

The Googolplex building in Mountain View, California. Google is one company that has come under fire recently for its tax avoidance.

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A good test when it comes to taxes is “if it didn’t exist, would we introduce it?” Plenty of revenue raisers pass the test. For corporation tax, however, the answer is an emphatic…

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