If the Danish tax authorities can publish a list of precisely what each company pays in tax, why can’t HMRC do the same?

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For the first time ever the Danish tax authorities started publishing information on the taxes paid by all Danish companies today. You can see a sample here.

68% of all Danish companies paid tax, which is vastly better than the 33% I estimate pay tax in the UK.

But the real question is, if the Danes can do this, why can’t HMRC? What is wrong with this openness and transparency?