Chancellor George Osborne announces 77m fund to crack down on companies that pay little or no tax

Chancellor announces 77million fighting fund to crack down on companies that pay little or no taxGeorge Osborne claims move will raise another 2bn a year to cut deficit He told MPs he wants 'a tax system where the richest pay their fair share'Comes after multinational firms were accused of 'immoral' tax avoidanceMain rate of corporation tax to be cut by a further 1% to 21% for April 2014 | UPDATED: 18:11 GMT, 5 December 2012 The Chancellor pledged a crackdown on firms who get out of paying their fair share in corporation tax. George Osborne acted following growing fury over multinational companies like Google, Amazon and Starbucks who paid nothing or very little despite huge sales

Osborne targets big business as Britain is robbed of 32billion tax

Osborne targets big business as Britain is robbed of 32billion taxChancellor George Osborne will try to bring forward a 10billion clampdown on tax avoidance by multinationals and the richThe Commons Public Accounts Committee has accused HM Revenue and Customs of being 'way too lenient' on big companies | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 3 December 2012 Front foot: Chancellor George Osborne will bring forward a 10billion clampdown on tax avoidance by multinationals and the rich Ministers must ‘get a grip’ on the immoral behaviour of corporate giants contributing to Britain’s astonishing 32billion tax shortfall, MPs warn today.