Starbucks will set a bad precedent if it pays more UK corporate tax than necessary

Starbucks has said it will review its corporate tax position in the UK, after a damning report by the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee this week and the prospect of a boycott of its stores on December 8. But bowing to political or public pressure is not the right way to conduct business.

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