Elizabeth Truss

Former Conservative MP for South West Norfolk

@trussliz https://facebook.com/ElizabethTrussSWNorfolk

Tax Avoidance

Parliament has voted on measures, including the introduction of a general anti-abuse rule, aimed at tackling abusive tax avoidance.

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Elizabeth Truss generally voted for measures to reduce tax avoidance

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Major votes

Minor votes

  • On 1 Jul 2020: Elizabeth Truss voted not to delay shifting responsibility for determining if off-payroll working rules apply from an individual’s personal service company to their client (where the client isn't a small company). Show vote
  • On 25 Feb 2020: Elizabeth Truss voted not to call for the proper funding of public services after a decade of austerity nor for robust action to tackle tax avoidance and evasion. Show vote
  • On 20 Jan 2020: Elizabeth Truss was absent for a vote on Queen's Speech — Programme for Government — Economy and Jobs Show vote
  • On 13 Apr 2016: Elizabeth Truss voted against implementing a series of proposals intended to reduce tax avoidance and evasion. Show vote
  • On 11 Feb 2015: Elizabeth Truss voted against introducing a penalty regime for the general anti-abuse rule and against other measures intended to reduce tax avoidance. Show vote
  • On 1 Jul 2013: Elizabeth Truss voted against requiring a review of the potential for new internationally co-ordinated laws requiring greater transparency on how much tax multi-national companies pay to the UK and other countries. Show vote

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