Alex Brummer
June 2013
Daily Mail;6/12/2013, p14
SADLY, we are getting well used to major corporations avoiding tax — at a cost to the Treasury of £2billion a year — but that a public utility is cynically indulging in such immorality takes the breath away. Thames Water, Britain's biggest water supplier with more than nine million customers, has joined the dishonourable army of taxdodgers by exploiting loopholes so that it did not pay any UK corporation taxes last year.


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