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The big brother of EU wants once again to implement a common corporate tax within EU. This isn’t the first time they want an common corporate tax. The EU-commission tried this in 2011 but failed. Now they tries again.
In the video belov the UKIP EU MEP David Coburn talks about the EU-commissions scheme of a common corporate tax within EU. David Coburn belongs to the EFDD-group in the EU-parliament.
” You come once again with the same old idea that was criticized in the past. To install a common consolidated corporate tax base. The EU-commission says the base is necessary to create a taxation system with more transparency. But what it really means is the first step to a supernational fiscal union. Secondly the EU-commission wants a common EU-list of so-called non-cooperative tax jurisdictions. This is a system for blackmailing more competitive countries and making them fall into line. If you could use tax competition between states, theres is no incentive to keep the public service efficient. And the government will continue to plunder taxpayers hard-earned money. The good news for the UK taxpayer is with a hard brexit, out of the single market and fiscal union, the UK can reduce corporate tax to ten percent. Making us massively more competitive then the overtaxed EU.”.
Once again the EU-commission tries to implement its big brother society. They want Brussel to make the rules for every EU-country. A destruction of the contries sovereignity is the plan. I don’t want a common corporate tax system within EU.