Facebook paid £4,327 corporation tax in 2014 - BBC Business

"Taxpayers will be justifiably confused and angry about this tax bill. But Facebook is right to say that it is complying with UK law, which shows that the problem lies with our complex tax code, and that is what politicians should address as a matter of urgency.

"We have to ensure our taxes are simple to eliminate loopholes, and that taxes are low to increase our competitiveness, so that companies choose to base themselves here."

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Facebook paid £4,327 corporation tax in 2014 - BBC Business
October 12, 2015 at 2pm - 3pm

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commented 2015-10-16 12:48:07 +0100 · Flag
This is campaign is misleading and the Biased BBC has been entirely dishonest in their reporting (we all know the EU funds the BBC to the tune of millions every year, in return for their total support!). It is ENTIRELY due to EU regulations that Starbucks and many other companies minimise their tax by registering their headoffice in other European states. This has nothing to do with the good people who work for or the shareholders of these companies – it is all to do with corrupt EU leaders, backed by foolish EU legislation, manipulated to the maximum by EU politicians including one Mr Junkers. When we leave the EU, all these tax revenues will revert to the UK, as they should. If anyone wants Starbucks, Amazon and even Stencore to pay tax on all their UK earnings, they should campaign for Britain to leave the EU.