UK retailers' tax bills have been on rise since 2005

The tax burden on British retailers has grown 65% since 2005, outpacing increases in other industries as rising business rates and national insurance contributions have offset cuts in the corporation tax, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers. "Ultimately, the tax take will start to fall. We have to find a Plan B," said Ian Cheshire, Kingfisher CEO and British Retail Consortium chairman.

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