In 2002 850 inhabitants of Ascension Island (a British Overseas Territory) protested against the introduction by the UK government of taxes on income, property, alcohol and tobacco. The protest was based on the principle of ‘no taxation without representation’ which was also the cause of the Boston Tea Party.
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