By happenstance, having been in the news recently wrt Osita Mba, David Gauke will host a Q&A session on 13 May on ICAS Forums (ICAS being the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland).
As per ICAS:
"Treasury Minister David Gauke MP will host a Q&A on the ICAS Forums on Monday 13 May, 9-9.30am, enabling all CAs and students to put their questions to the Government’s go-to man on tax avoidance.Why not send in some questions?
Mr Gauke has been leading the government's effort on tax evasion and avoidance, as these topics come under the spotlight like never before.
This is a fantastic opportunity to ask a key player in the debate about tax avoidance his thoughts on the topic.
Please feel free to post questions in this thread ahead of the event, by pressing the reply button in the top right of your screen. They will be answered on 13 May when Mr Gauke logs into the forum. We’ll also be collecting questions from our social media channels (use #askGauke or tweet us @ICASaccounting) and via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and sharing these in the forum as well."
Tax does have to be taxing.
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