The streaming giant recorded massive profits in its most recent accounts from two years ago. Last September the company announced a multi-year deal with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to make children shows, documentaries and TV series.
The partnership is estimated to be worth around £73million.
In 2019, Netflix had a £3.2m corporation tax bill - which was paid on declared UK profits rather than its giant revenues.
This is the largest amount it has paid since launching in the UK eight years ago.
Subscribers have been taking to social media to criticise Netflix for failing to cough up.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Meghan and Harry signed a deal with Netflix last year (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry and Meghan moved to California in March (Image: GETTY)
One person said: "Shame on @NetflixUK."
A second person wrote: "Simply a disgrace.
"And all those politicians, of either party, who have failed to close the loopholes, it is your shame.
"Under-funded NHS, cheating companies and tax dodgers, who rely on it to look after their staff."
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Netflix said it had paid all the taxes it was required to pay in the UK (Image: GETTY)
And yet a third said: "If you want companies to pay more tax then tax them more!
"They’re not going to voluntarily give you more."Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer