Tax Justice Network hits back at 'misrepresentation' of its work

Mark Battersby
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The Tax Justice Network has hit back at 'misrepresentation' of the organisation following the resignation of its chair John Christensen and blog comments by tax haven critic Richard Murphy. A spokesperson for the Tax Justice Network contacted International Investment, stating that it was "disappointed by recent attempts to misrepresent the Tax Justice Network, to publicly harass our staff and to claim sole ownership of the tax justice movement." The spokesperson added: "Over the past strategy period 2016-2021, during which Alex Cobham served as our CEO and John Christensen remained di...

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