Anneliese Dodds MEP

The South East's Voice in Europe

Blogs on Tax Justice

I have written a number of blogs and articles on tax justice since becoming an MEP and I will continue to keep you updated with our fight as we continue.

Click any of the links below to see these blogs and articles in more detail.

 

5 October 2014: 'Pierre Moscovici's hearing'

15 October 2014: 'Crackdown on tax evasion'

12 November 2014: 'Luxembourg leaks scandal'

14 November 2014: 'Stop this zero-zero economy'

28 November 2014: 'Real action not political posturing'

15 December 2015: 'Plug the gap on tax evasion'

24 December 2014: 'Tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance'

14 January 2015: 'Taking Juncker to task over tax fiddling'

13 February 2015: 'Tax avoidance: getting the numbers right'

18 February 2015: 'Cameron's empty promises'

18 March 2015: 'New European measures against tax fiddling'

26 March 2015: 'EU proposals to crack down on tax dodging'

9 April 2015: 'Labour will abolish non-domiciled tax status'

18 June 2015: 'New tax action plan'

20 June 2015: 'Why we have to start playing fair on tax'

24 June 2015: 'Fair Tax Mark company visits Brussels'

10 July 2015: 'EU action to help tackle tax dodging'

4 September 2015: 'My priorities for the new parliamentary year'

21 October 2015: ‘Starbucks ruling opens door to fines for Apple and Amazon’

5 November 2015: ‘Remember, remember the 5th November’

17 November 2015: ‘Barclays and HSBC support public country by country tax reporting’

9 December 2015: ‘Labour MEP’s report proposes new EU laws against tax fiddling’

16 December 2015: ‘Tories fail to stand up to aggressive tax avoidance and evasion – again’

12 January 2016: ‘Multinationals to repay €700m from illegal excess profit state aid scheme’

12 January 2016: ‘European Commission ruling is another positive step in the fight against tax avoidance and evasion’

27 January 2016: ‘Boris has got in wrong on corporate tax – and Scandi telly'

28 January 2016: ‘EU to implement demands from MEP’s report on tax avoidance’

 

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