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Amazon to pay more tax in the UK
The online retail giant Amazon is going to start paying more tax in the UK following accusations that it avoided tax in its third largest market by funneling cash abroad.
Amazon caves in on paying tax UK sales  
Amazon to begin paying corporation tax on UK retail sales  
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Whitbread, has named Alison Brittain as its new chief executive, succeeding Andy Harrison who confirmed his retirement last month.
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The Union Flag flies next to the European Flag outside the European Commission building in central London May 25, 2014. And it has now emerged work is being carried out IN Threadneedle Street to assess the impact of a potential United Kingdom exit, ...
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