Episode 87 of the Common Weal Policy Podcast
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This week, Craig Dalzell is joined by Prof Richard Murphy of Tax Research UK to discuss the G7's proposal for a global minimum corporation tax. Richard explains how the tax works and how it could be calculated then looks at the weaknesses and loopholes in the tax as well as news that the UK, having just agreed to the principle, is trying to carve out an exemption for the City of London.
Richard's policy paper on tax in an independent Scotland can be read here and his 2021 update to the paper for the Scottish Independence Convention can be read here.
The news story about the City of London exemption can be read here.
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