US banks in Britain pay just six per cent tax, push for Single Market access
BRITAIN’S biggest banks which are furiously lobbying Theresa May to keep Britain in the Single Market to shore up their mammoth profits are paying on average just six per cent in tax, an explosive investigation reveals today.
Fatcat financiers are coughing up well below the standard corporation tax rate of 20 per cent, at the same time as lecturing the public and politicians about the economic consequences of leaving the EU.
Banks are making billions of pounds in profit by operating in Britain but are giving back pitifully little to society in return, according to the bombshell data revealed in regulatory filings.
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