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Yes, after 159 years we might get back the money that's gone to pay for the Liverpool Landing Stage.

You have forgotten that other well trotted out mantra as regards HNWIs - ‘trickle down effect’ spending in the local economy. Some tradespeople and craftspeople have had difficulties getting paid, som

Just pointing out that large companies not paying corporation tax is often likely because they're crooks.

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That's nothing! Our Government spend hundreds of millions with companies that pay 0% IOM corporation tax all the time. They even give them a few million more when the job takes a bit longer than they thought.

 

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40 minutes ago, Amadeus said:

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At least they pay Manx Corporation Tax - Oh no wait, they don't. Oh well at least Whittaker pays full income tax on his earnings here - Oh no wait, he doesn't does he.

Oh well at least the IOM is rolling in money from being a "low tax jurisdiction" - Oh no wait, we're skint aren't we.

 

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5 minutes ago, Andy Onchan said:

Virtually none of the above is true. https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/04211637/persons-with-significant-control

The company does, however, employ over 700 people plus others' that are part of the supply chain. Peel Ports actually invested in CL during 2019. 

What's any of that got to do with the amount of corporation tax they (don't) pay?

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3 minutes ago, Chris C said:

What's any of that got to do with the amount of corporation tax they (don't) pay?

They haven't made a profit since 2017 at which point they did pay corporation tax. But their employees pay tax and NI even when the company didn't turn in a profit.

Try clicking on the link and reading the accounts. It's all there.

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1 minute ago, Andy Onchan said:

They haven't made a profit since 2017 at which point they did pay corporation tax. But their employees pay tax and NI even when the company didn't turn in a profit.
 

Amazon *didn't* make a profit in the EU last year so paid no corporation tax. 

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4 minutes ago, Andy Onchan said:

They haven't made a profit since 2017 at which point they did pay corporation tax. But their employees pay tax and NI even when the company didn't turn in a profit.

Try clicking on the link and reading the accounts. It's all there.

But nobody is suggesting otherwise, try reading the opening post, it's all there.

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1 minute ago, Andy Onchan said:

How & why does that compare against CL?

How and why does CL compare against most profitable parts of the Peel Group paying 0% UK corporation tax?

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1 minute ago, Chris C said:

But nobody is suggesting otherwise, try reading the opening post, it's all there.

But the OP is suggesting that CL is owned by Peel Group (which it isn't) and linking it to that PAC quote. The latter may be true but the former certainly isn't.

 

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36 minutes ago, TerryFuchwit said:

Lol.

PPAC led by one of the Oppenheimer family accusing someone of not paying enough tax.

What’s the family connection got to do with it? Unless your making nasty comments? Think before you type. 

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