Tax dodging has become big news in recent months. Government figures show that £35 billion is lost every year this way - more than the amount the Government is cutting from public services. And Christian Aid estimates corporate tax dodging costs developing nations at least $160 billion annually, that’s one and a half times the global aid budget.
Christian Aid and Church Action on Poverty (CAP) are urging David Cameron to tackle global tax dodging. We're touring the UK in the Tax Justice Bus, a red double decker, to share the message of tax injustice with churches across the country. The bus will be at Saltaire United Reformed Church on Thursday 11 October, 2.30-3.30pm, and they'd like you to join them.
For Christians who want to support people in the world's poorest countries, but also help with the poverty they see on their doorstep, the Tax Justice Bus tour presents an opportunity to do both.
Contact: 0113 2444764 and follow @taxbus2012 on Twitter or visit www.christianaid.org.uk/tax-bus
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