We’re Taking legal action against the cuts

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Dave Hartnett – HMRC’s chief tax man – met Goldman Sachs’ top brass in late 2010 and, with a handshake, agreed that the banking giant would be let off paying up to £20 million in tax. We believe that £20 million was money owed to the public purse and could pay for vital public services and welfare, which is why we are taking legal action to have the deal declared unlawful.

Thank you! With your help we reached our target of £20,000

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