In response to the Government's proposals announced today, a spokesperson for protest group UK Uncut told ITV News that clamping down on the latest tax avoidance schemes requires a change in law.
It's very difficult to clamp down on tax avoidance when the current laws can be interpreted in different ways.
More needs to be done to address the legality of aggressive tax avoidance, to decide what it actually means.
Without readdressing that it's difficult to know what power the HMRC can actually exert.
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