Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander has announced a major crackdown on tax-dodging and revealed plans to raise £3 billion by targeting tax-dodging Britons who stash they money in Liechtenstein.
He said everyone "must play by the same rules" as the country faces further austerity.
We will bring in billions of pounds more.
In just one such haven, Liechtenstein, we think now we can raise £3 billion from people who try to hide their money from the British taxman in that country.
That's just one example.
It is totally morally repugnant for people to engage in tax evasion, to engage in aggressive tax avoidance. That is something which, particularly in times of austerity, in difficult times for the country... if everyone just played by the same rules we would be in a much better situation.
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