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Amazon and eBay profiting from online VAT fraud, says watchdog
A parliamentary report says online marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay are profiting from fraud by sellers who dodge the VAT they should charge on sales in the UK.
Amazon and eBay must tackle overseas sellers' �1.5bn VAT dodge that allows ...  
Amazon and eBay profiting from fraud by sellers who dodge VAT, MPs say  
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Traffic on the M1 after a suspicious object was found under a motorway bridge. The transport minister has written to Highways England suggesting ways to clear motorways of vehicles after closures.
If the fraud allegations made by the US regulator against Rio Tinto, its former chief executive Tom Albanese and finance director Guy Elliott prove correct, serious questions should be asked of those directors in the January 2013 line-up.
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has said that the UK government should raise taxes for the self-employed and cut pensioner benefits in order to afford measures to boost weak productivity growth.
The retailer said it had taken the 'difficult decision' to cut its human resources staff in an bid to save �500million of costs.
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