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Britain will face "retaliatory" action from the United States over its new “Amazon tax”, a senior Republican has warned as he called the policy a "blatant revenue grab".

Kevin Brady, who chairs the Ways and Means Committee, which handles tax policy in the House of Representatives, said the UK’s move to tax digital giants is “troubling”.

On Monday Philip Hammond unveiled the plans amid concerns tech giants  pay less than bricks and mortar stores despite huge revenues.

The Chancellor said a 2 per cent tax on will come into force in April 2020 for companies which generate at least £500 million a year in global revenues.

The tax will apply to the UK-generated revenues of search engines, social media...

Britain will face "retaliatory" action from the United States over its new “Amazon tax”, a senior Republican has warned as he called the policy a "blatant revenue grab".

Kevin Brady, who chairs the Ways and Means Committee, which handles tax policy in the House of Representatives, said the UK’s move to tax digital giants is “troubling”.

On Monday Philip Hammond unveiled the plans amid concerns tech giants  pay less than bricks and mortar stores despite huge revenues.

The Chancellor said a 2 per cent tax on will come into force in April 2020 for companies which generate at least £500 million a year in global revenues.

The tax will apply to the UK-generated revenues of search engines, social media...

Britain will face "retaliatory" action from the United States over its new “Amazon tax”, a senior Republican has warned as he called the policy a "blatant revenue grab".

Kevin Brady, who chairs the Ways and Means Committee, which handles tax policy in the House of Representatives, said the UK’s move to tax digital giants is “troubling”.

On Monday Philip Hammond unveiled the plans amid concerns tech giants  pay less than bricks and mortar stores despite huge revenues.

The Chancellor said a 2 per cent tax on will come into force in April 2020 for companies which generate at least £500 million a year in global revenues.

The tax will apply to the UK-generated revenues of search engines, social media...

Britain will face "retaliatory" action from the United States over its new “Amazon tax”, a senior Republican has warned as he called the policy a "blatant revenue grab".

Kevin Brady, who chairs the Ways and Means Committee, which handles tax policy in the House of Representatives, said the UK’s move to tax digital giants is “troubling”.

On Monday Philip Hammond unveiled the plans amid concerns tech giants  pay less than bricks and mortar stores despite huge revenues.

The Chancellor said a 2 per cent tax on will come into force in April 2020 for companies which generate at least £500 million a year in global revenues.

The tax will apply to the UK-generated revenues of search engines, social media...