Worst Company in Britain 2012 – the first semi-finalsDecember 20th, 2012 • 7 Comments
More from our Worst Company In Britain 2012 vote-off, as we reach the semi-final stage. Voting for the final will take place over the weekend ahead of a Christmas Day result but for now we need to decide who will be in that final.
Here’s our first couple of semi-finals as we attempt to find the final four. First up is tax battle between Starbucks and HMRC, and we’ve also got a phone showdown between EE and TalkTalk.
Voting ends at midnight on Friday night and you can catch up with the results so far here. There’ll be another two semi-finals later today so don’t forget to come back y’all…
How the fuck can Starbucks be worse than HMRC? It’s HMRC’s FAULT that Starbucks don’t pay their fucking tax!
Too busy taxing the arse off the little guy making £20k a year to bother with the major corporations bringing in BILLIONS. The useless pencil-pushing wankers.
^^ Truer words have never been spoken!
I vote for the BBC as the worst, not just of this year, but the last 30 years.
Expense fiddlers, kiddy fiddlers.
Can’t really argue with Ian’s logic
Jack’s right, the PaedBC might well save Yodel’s bacon this year. Abolish the licence fee.
HMRC 110% for letting loopholes in tax law still exsist… we all want stuff cheaper and if we could get a loophole in paying our tax we all would… stupid govenrment !
Can’t have HMRC losing out to Starbucks – Ian’s logic spot on. Will fix that in a minute…