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Amazon and eBay profiting from fraud by sellers who dodge VAT, MPs say
Online marketplaces like Amazon and eBay are profiting from fraud by sellers who dodge the VAT they should charge on sales in the UK, a parliamentary report has said.
Amazon and eBay warned by MPs about VAT fraudsters  
MPs accuse Amazon and Ebay of 'profiting from VAT fraud' that threatens UK firms  
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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.
Sainsbury's job cuts: all the big supermarket chains have announced plans to reduce costs as they try to compete with Aldi and Lidl.
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.
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.
LONDON (AP) - Inflation in Britain is set to rise above 3 percent in the next month or two due to Brexit-related price increases, the Bank of England's governor warned Tuesday, reinforcing expectations that interest rates will soon rise for the first ...

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