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Nov 12, 2011 East Midands , East of England , London , North East England , North West England , Northern Ireland , Scotland , South East England , South West England , Wales , West Midlands , Yorkshire and the Humber Aberdeen – 11am, assemble at the St. Nicholas Graveyard, Union Street, AB11 6BH. 12 noon, rally at Castlegate, Castle Street, AB11 5BB. 1.30pm, social gathering at the ATUC-Social Club, 13 Adelphi, AB11 5BL.
Trouble on New Fetter Lane
Students will once again take to the streets on Wednesday 9th November to continue the fight against fees and cuts. This time we are marching to the City of London to show our anger at the very financial system that has instructed the political classes to smash the last vestiges of the welfare state and public sector. The government’s plans for education need to be highlighted and opposed now more than ever, as fundamental attacks on education as a public service, and on universities as public institutions.
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The Occupied Times special issue #nov9
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The future of Britain's most senior tax collector, David Hartnett, is in doubt with the Public Accounts Committee considering calling on him to step down. The move follows an error over the tax bill for the investment bank Goldman Sachs which lost the taxpayer nearly £10m, and a deal last year which MPs claim saved Vodafone up to £8bn.
However, Stephen Barclay, an MP on the public accounts committee, yesterday put the figure even higher than that. “We are looking at potentially £8 billion of tax lost,” he said during a hearing.
The judge is expected to be given the power to examine the private accounts of Goldman Sachs and Vodafone to establish whether senior inspectors wrongly "let them off" multi-million-pound tax bills. The National Audit Office, which is supervising the inquiry, is also considering whether to examine the tax affairs of other big companies to establish whether HMRC officials routinely signed off deals which underestimated the true liabilities of the companies.
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