Consumers boycott ‘tax–avoiding’ firms

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A THIRD of Britons are boycotting companies they consider are avoiding their tax obligations, a survey suggests.

The poll for the international development charity Christian Aid found 34 per cent of consumers are snubbing the products or services of a company “because it does not pay its fair share of tax in the UK”. Another 45 per cent were considering a boycott.