Finance ministers won't be able to miss the 'elephant in the room' when they meet tomorrow to discuss global economic policies.
Finance ministers won't be able to miss the 'elephant in the room' when they meet tomorrow to discuss global economic policies. Anti-poverty campaigners have put a large inflatable elephant with the words 'UK Tax Havens' in a pop up boardroom right outside the Treasury.
David Thompson - Director of Policy and Programmes at World Vision - told Premier's Marcus Jones on the News Hour not enough is being done to clamp down on tax dodging in poor countries:
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