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Len Shackleton
9 June 2014
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HMRC has just published a new list of 25 employers who have failed to pay the National Minimum Wage. This is part of a ‘naming and shaming’ exercise under a policy announced last year....
Len Shackleton
21 June 2012
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I admit that I’ve never been a fan of Jimmy Carr and am surprised to learn just how much he has apparently been earning for his rather predictable anti-establishment comedy. But if...
D. R. Myddelton
3 April 2012
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  One hopes the overworked staff in the Office of Tax Simplification get overtime.  This year they have surely earned every penny. A glance at the Conservative Party’s Manifesto...
Steve Davies
22 December 2011
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  The kinds of negotiations and deals made between HMRC and large firms, which have been the subject of much attention lately, are essentially undesirable, especially when one compares this...
Mark Littlewood
9 September 2010
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A major taxman’s blunder was an inevitable result of our tax code, says Mark Littlewood
Philip Booth
18 February 2010
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Ignoring the precise merits of the legal case surrounding Mr. Gaines-Cooper – the businessman who may be asked to pay £30m in back tax, which was covered in all the main newspapers...

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