Bus makes a stop to call for fairer taxation
A BIG red bus has made some unusual stops in Cornwall.
Instead of dropping off passengers, the Tax Justice Bus Tour saw Christian Aid and Church Action on Poverty call for the end to tax-dodging at home and abroad.
Members met the chairman of the methodist district, the Reverend Steve Wild, at Truro Methodist Church and Falmouth mayor Geoffrey Evans on Events Square, Falmouth.
They joined local supporters and church leaders to learn about a campaign to call for a fairer global tax system which would benefit people in Cornwall as well as overseas.
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The bus is taking a seven-week tour around Britain and Ireland as it highlights how global tax-dodging is hurting the poor in the UK and beyond and made a stop in Cornwall on September 5.
To find out more about the Tax Justice Bus Tour visit www.christianaid.org.uk/tax-bus