A U.K. parliamentary committee chairwoman said Google Inc. was “evil” because of the way it sought to minimize its U.K. tax bills.
U.K. ministers and their politically neutral officials both lobbied a parliamentary committee to shift the blame to each other for mistakes on a flagship welfare policy, according to the panel’s chairwoman.
The U.K. government has frustrated attempts to examine taxpayer funding for the London Olympic Games, a cross-party panel of lawmakers said today.
The U.K.’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority isn’t showing enough urgency in completing the cleanup of radioactive waste at its Sellafield facility in the north of England, a panel of lawmakers said.
A cross-party panel of British lawmakers said it is “inappropriate” for banks to award staff large bonuses and reap excessive profits while they rely on support from taxpayers.
The U.K.’s retail credit market regulator lacks adequate information on lenders and should be more aggressive toward firms that breach consumer protection rules, a panel of lawmakers said.
"The whole purpose was to invest in the making of films in Britain."
- Margaret Hodge on Nov 05, 2014