Virgin Healthcare has won £2 billion in NHS contracts – and paid no tax. WHY? | Vox Political


Is this about creative accounting? How can a commercial firm take billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money to provide healthcare, with a promise to do it within budget and at profit for itself,…

Source: Virgin Healthcare has won £2 billion in NHS contracts – and paid no tax. WHY? | Vox Political

2 thoughts on “Virgin Healthcare has won £2 billion in NHS contracts – and paid no tax. WHY? | Vox Political

  1. This Tender process is ‘not fit for purpose’ and neither are many of the Private companies who win them.

    Taking money from the NHS while not providing a First Class service is one of the problems.

    While another is that no checks are made on whether those that tender can deliver a good quality service for the price. As it would appear the lowest tenders are accepted, this is not good news.

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  2. Because they can afford tax avoidance schemes through tax lawyers and transfer money offshore and then lend it back to provide investment and jobs …. that’s why

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