But for tax games to avoid a permanent establishment here in the UK it would be £5 billion
And whilst those games clearly convince HMRC I think a) the rules need changing b) HMRC needs to become substantially more aggressive and right now it is not – which is a political choice at cost to us all.
Sure, if you think the rules should be changed that’s fine. But do we really want a Curajus State which bullies instead of changing the law?
And across the EU the idea that the tax should be paid where the customer is because that is where a PE might be is being explored
He still doesn’t get what this means, does he? The Curajus State doesn’t get a slice of the profits made from selling elsewhere….