Fed up with global companies that avoid British taxes by going offshore, shop owners in Crickhowell have come up with a plan to do the same thing. John Clift/Flickr hide caption

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A Cheeky Welsh Town Goes 'Offshore' To Avoid British Taxes

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Ball's Back In Your Court, Lava Grillers

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Clearer Than Bureacratese: Airport Official Replies To Politician In Klingon

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From left: Nicholas Thomas, Rob Cooze and Mike Betson were among 18 men who won a pay discrimination claim against the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David. Ben Wright/PA Photos /Landov hide caption

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