Latest news about ethical consumerism


Audio: One third of Britons consider boycott over tax

Mar 8

Written by:
08/03/2013 09:45  RssIcon

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


Join our boycott of Amazon over their tax avoidance




Full News Archive


Ethical news archive going back to July 2009.

Read More

Ethical Consumer Blog

This Way to Dystopia

  • 25/10/2016 15:17

War on want release report exposing UNIQLOs abuse of Chinese garment workers

Ethical Consumer Blog

Ethical Consumption in Japan

  • 24/10/2016 09:58

Rob Harrison attended an animal welfare conference in Toyko

Ethical Consumer Blog

Why I'm Boycotting the Brexit Backers

  • 21/10/2016 08:57

Still mad about Brexit? Then boycott the companieswho backed the leave campaign, says Simon Birch.

Ethical Consumer Blog

Journal of Consumer Ethics

  • 20/10/2016 10:01

New journal on ethical consumption

Ethical Consumer Blog

Ethical Consumer Conference

  • 18/10/2016 09:43

Yan, who attended the event, shares her experience