British Prime Minister, Boris JohnsonAnd businessman James Dyson, whose company is famous for making home vacuum cleaners, promised this Your employees will not have to pay additional taxes If they go to the UK to install ventilators for Covid-19 patients, the BBC revealed on Wednesday.
When the pandemic broke out, the CEO feared that the hospital would run out of ventilators for patients with Covid-19, so Dyson agreed to manufacture them within a few weeks.
Dyson, who The company is headquartered in Singapore, Then he called the Treasury to make sure that his employees’ tax status would not change and that they would not pay more taxes for working in the UK.
As revealed today BBC, Who had access to this information, Dyson himself also contacted Johnson directly, to whom he sent text messages expressing the financial problem, to which the prime minister replied: “I will fix it.”
In exchanging messages, the “prime minister” also told the businessman that the government was “supporting” him to do what he needed and that the chief of the economy, Rishi Sunak, would fix it.
The Labor Party, Britain’s first opposition, described the discoveries as “unbelievable”.
“sincerely, It stinks “The millionaire businessman can send a text message (message) to the prime minister and get an immediate response,” Labor spokeswoman Lucy Powell told the media on Wednesday.
According to the BBC, the company has shared Johnson’s letters with officials, but it is not known whether the “prime minister” did the same, as required by regulations in such cases.
Dyson holds the nickname “Gentleman.” (Sir) He supported Brexit, and so does Johnson.
This information appears in the midst of the debate in the United Kingdom about favoritism in the government when the relationship between Various senior positions with an Anglo-Australian financier Greenville Capital.
The Prime Minister promised an internal investigation into the matter, but refused to form a parliamentary committee to examine cases of pressure and potential influence between officials and members of the government.
In recent weeks, the press has denounced that former Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron lobbied several ministers in 2020 to obtain favorable loans for Gensel, whom he has been an advisor to since 2018.
Additionally, the press revealed last week that Johnson responded in June to a request from Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman. Regarding his bid to buy England’s Newcastle United team, which was ultimately unsuccessful.
According to the “Daily Mail” newspaper, Johnson asked one of his advisers, Eddie Lister, to take up the matter personally raised by the actual Saudi leader, and Lester promised to “investigate” it.