British PM promised Dyson founder he would fix tax rules, reports say
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the founder of household appliance firm Dyson he would not pay extra tax if he came to Britain and produced ventilators, according to reports. Text messages published on Wednesday between Johnson and James Dyson appeared to show the prime minister promising to “fix” an issue regarding tax, then following up by saying: “Rishi [the chancellor of the exchequer] says it is fixed! We need you here!” In a follow-up message, Dyson appears to seek further reassurance for the tax status of the firm and “senior individuals,” with Johnson responding his governmen…

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