Virgin Care among firms with lucrative NHS deals and a tax haven status | Society | The Guardian
So many ways to spin the narratives as I see through discussions I stumble upon on the web, some very informed some less so https://www.facebook.com/gerry.haines/posts/10208762325203785?comment_id=10208765248436864¬if_t=like
What I often wonder about as I see the like of Boots (the UK pharmacy retailer) move their HQ and tax burden offshore ie Switzerland and cut tax to almost zero, is what does that do to the small vital retailers that cant do this. This is the big issue, yes we want global trade and global efficiencies but we want small companies to start, grow, exist and sustain, its what keep the economic vitality going and that's a struggle in the face of this > Virgin Care among firms with lucrative NHS deals and a tax haven status | Society | The Guardian see Zizek on my FB comments in the thread above, not that that is just one of many narratives.
Lets keep all eyes on virtue signalling from such groups and hold them to account as well as hold those who spend our taxes. Perhaps if both sides were effective and did the right things they and everyone else would want to play ball.