Audio: One third of Britons consider boycott over tax
New research shows depth of feeling among public
According to new research millions of Britons are using consumer power to boycott companies seen to be avoiding their fair share of UK tax.
A ComRes survey about public perceptions around tax avoidance, commissioned by Christian Aid, found a third of Britons say that they are currently boycotting the products or services of a company because it does not pay its fair share of tax in the UK.
Almost half (45 per cent) say they are considering a boycott.
Source: Christian Aid
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