Accountancy Age has the headline this morning that:
HMRC forces Apple to pay £137m in back taxes
And that is, indeed, what its accounts say.
But let's stand back for a moment. The EU says Apple owes €13 billion or so additional tax in Ireland. And in the UK HMRC manage to claim £137 million. A bit over a percent or so.
Who says HMRC does not work for the 1%?