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'Tax Amazon or we will die'

Posted at 4:02PM Thursday 15 Nov 2012

High street institution John Lewis said it could be put out of business if foreign multinationals are not forced to pay more tax in the UK.

Andy Street, managing director of the retailer, issued a stark warning about the effect on domestic businesses if the Government does not create a level playing field.

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