Facebook will stop routing advertising sales of its largest British clients through Ireland, increasing its tax bill by millions of pounds in a bid to improve transparency after facing criticism on tax avoidance.
Changes will be put in place in April, with the higher tax bill to be paid next year. Smaller business sales, where advertising is booked online with no staff intervention, will still be routed through the company’s Ireland offices, which will remain...
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