Starbucks waves white flag in tax avoidance row

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Multinational coffee house Starbucks has caved in to public anger over the recent revelation it paid less than 1% in tax in the UK, pledging to 'do more' according to reports.

Starbucks has been in the spotlight in recent months over the low levels of tax it pays in the UK. The £25bn US company has now admitted it "needs to do more", according to Telegraph reports, and said...

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