Amazon is the UK's number one tax avoider
At a time when our public services are being slashed and household budgets are under increasing strain it's not fair that big companies such as Amazon aren't paying their way.
Some prescient economic commentators have long pointed out that systematic tax avoidance by corporations in a globalised economy is so serious that it stands to undermine the very tax base upon which European welfare states have been built. 
But what can ordinary citizens do about it? Organisations campaigning for change rightly point to better regulation – such as a requirement for companies to publish ‘country by country’ tax reporting of the type Norway recently announced it would introduce.
Selective public sector procurement (like our own call for public sector contracts not to go to tax avoiders) is another necessary reform. But we already know that corporate capture of regulators through lobbying and political funding makes regulatory solutions problematic in practice.
Collective action by angry consumers could be an important additional lever for change.
Tell Amazon that you are boycotting them!
Please edit the suggested text to make it a personal statement - this is much more effective: