Cadbury’s grandson blasts chocolate firm after it pays ZERO corporation tax despite making £185m profit in UK

CADBURY’S grandson has blasted the chocolate firm after claims it paid ZERO corporation tax despite making £185million profit in UK last year. American owner Mondelez UK Ltd, which sells favourites such as Flake, Boost and Crunchie bars, offset its profits to avoid a potential £35million tax bill, according to the Daily Mirror. James Cadbury has blasted the chocolate firm after it reports it pays zero corporation tax despite making £185m profit in UK Now James Cadbury – great-great-great-grandson of founder John Cadbury – has blasted the company for “playing the system”. He told The…

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