Links Nov 6

Video summaries of #LuxLeaks stunts Global Alliance for Tax Justice
See also: #LuxLeaks anniversary marked with protests, calls for action ICIJ, A year after LuxLeaks, it is high time for EU action on corporate tax-dodging The Guardian, and A Year On, Europe’s Tax Affairs Are Still A Mystery New Statesman

Secret tax archives: UK joins move to block MEPs’ access The Guardian

Extreme inequality as the antithesis of human rights Open Democracy
For more on tax and human rights, see here.

CTPD And Partners To Launch ‘’The Stop The Bleeding” Campaign In Zambia
Co-hosted by The Center for Trade Policy and Development (CTPD), The Tax Justice Network- Africa (TJN-A), ActionAid Zambia (AAZ) and Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Zambia.

‘Kenya losing billions to tax havens’ Daily Nation

Kenya must review tax treaty with Mauritius. Global Alliance for Tax Justice
Not just Mauritius; not just Kenya. For more on tax treaties, see here.

Prosecutor demands 6 years in jail for ‘Swissleaks’ leaker Expatica
See also our recent blogs Whistleblowers – the new countercultural heroes and How Switzerland corrupted its courts to nail Rudolf Elmer

Vatican inspectors suspect key office was used for money laundering Reuters

The Chartered Institute of Tax should not turn a blind eye to uncollected revenue Tax Research UK

Glencore’s tax position remains unclear The Sydney Morning Herald

After Failed Attempt to Become British, the Pfizer Corp. Now Wants to be Irish to Avoid U.S. Taxes ITEP



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