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Business group calls for change to schemes giving tax breaks to 'select few'

Published on Thursday 2nd of March 2017 12:01:00 AM in Daily Express

Co-operatives UK, which represents thousands of operations run as co-ops, has called on Chancellor Philip Hammond to use next week's Budget to change the system. The group says in its pre-Budget submission to the Treasury that 40,000 top executives are being handed tax perks worth £220 million ...

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