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From British daily The Morning Star:
Unite calls for fat-cat tax as Shell rakes in £22bn
(Thursday 29 January 2009)
The company whinged that its profits had more than halved in that period, despite the sum being the biggest in Britain’s history.
Unite joint general secretary Derek Simpson said: “Shell is still feasting while the rest of us face famine. Its profits are the biggest in UK history.
“A compelling case still remains for a windfall tax on the greedy energy companies. Working families are struggling in the face of the recession, the redistribution of windfall profits would help support Britain through these difficult times.”
Greedy Shell boss Jeroen van der Veer described the fourth-quarter performance only as “satisfactory.”