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Pensioners took to the streets today to show their anger at big multi-national companies they claim are not paying their fair share of tax.
They were targeting two well-known coffee chains who pay just a fraction of corporation tax compared with the millions they take in every year.
Self-titled 'Grey Power' protesters took to the streets of Hanley today to protest against businesses including Starbucks and Caffe Nero which they believe do not pay their fare share of taxes.
Members and supporters of the North Staffs Pensioners Convention held a demonstration today against large companies that they believe are not paying their fair share of taxes.
Dubbing their movement 'Grey Power' the pensioners took to the streets armed with loud hailers placards and banners. The protest targeted Starbucks and Caffe Nero and ended with a rally in the town centre.