The powerful European Scrutiny Committee complained that so far two requests from them to see progress reports have been turned down by the government on grounds of confidentiality.
The committee's report shared concerns voiced by the Lords' EuropeanCommunities Committee 'on this lack of accountability' and they backed the Lords' 'request' for Paymaster General Dawn Primarolo to obtain the agreement of other Governments to make the group's progress reportspublic and subject to Parliamentary scrutiny.
The committee, which complained about being kept "in the dark", added,however: 'We are not, on past form, optimistic.'
The committee said they were unclear how decisions would be reached onthe final report and how far other member states agree with the UK'slike, that it will respect decisions on UK tax measures as is they were egally binding.
The MPs also complained of uncertainty about what the UK may decide to door be obliged to do to make the group's decisions have effect in overseas territories and Crown dependencies, many of which are considered to be tax havens.
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