Enough Food For Everyone IF campaigners have highlighted the need to crackdown tax avoidance by erecting a pop-up tax haven on London's South Bank, the 'Isle of Shady'. Overlooking London's financial centre, the site features businessmen dressed in stereotypical bowler hats and pinstriped suits, resting on deck chairs by their briefcases labelled "Africa's Billions" and "Poor Country Loot".

Melanie Ward, spokesperson for IF, told IBTimes UK that a quarter of the money poor countries lose to tax dodging corporations would be enough to eliminate world hunger by 2025.

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