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Monday, 9 February 2015

The Revolving Door Revolves In HSBC's Favour



Lucky for HSBC, the go to bank for tax advice, that it has Dave Hartnett onboard as honesty advisor.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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10 comments:

  1. HSBC is the biggest fuck up fraud shop on the planet

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  2. Yet another example of the gamekeeper turned poacher. Don't ever try to tell me that HMRC has any sort of morals, courtesy, respect, or credibility.

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    1. But have any politicians and civil servants morals anymore?

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    2. He has pissed all over the integrity of the hard working and put-upon front line staff of HMRC. They will all be tarred with the same brush by the 'man in the pub'.

      He's a disgrace.

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  3. Ha, what a shitefest this has stirred up on the media. Can't wait for the combined Panorama expose' tonight...
    Hodge the hypocrite spouting crap as usual
    Gauke trying to look hard and defending hmrc inactions
    whistle blowers starting to come out of the woodwork
    whoeee Homer and Co better hang on tight,, this could be the one, and just ahead of an election, bad timing, not!

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  4. I did say before Christmas that there would be a TV expose, this is the first, there are Two more to follow.... HMRC corruption and law breaking...... and HMRC the cost of incompetence to the tax payer.
    Strap yourselves in HMRC, it's going to get rough!!

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  5. HMRC's defence is that by making 'sweetheart deals' and that is what they effectively are, with those miscreants that realised that the game was up and had to pay up, was that it would save the tax payer money by quietly making these deals rather than pursuing them through the courts and legal action that could have resulted in a custodial sentence. What I want to know is if the tax authorities like France and other affected countries being cheated out of tax revenues had the balls to pursue these individuals in the courts and look to bring down the full force of the law on them. This culture of giving these people the soft option has got to stop, it just demeans the seriousness of the crimes. Prosecutions should and must be brought, and as for the silence from the former HSBC boss and now finance minister speaks volumes of what he knew. He should be stripped of his title and sacked from his ministerial position, he is as much a crook as Fred the Shred. And Homer well we all have our opinions of her.

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  6. You're all being perfectly horrible and you should stop it now.

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  7. It goes to the very top of government
    http://www.scriptonitedaily.com/2015/02/09/the-breaking-hsbc-banking-scandal-reveals-uk-govts-role-as-chief-henchman-of-the-mafia-banking-system/

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    1. The linked article has an error, Hartnett was not CEO of HMRC. As per Wikipedia:

      "When Paul Gray resigned as Chairman following the loss of the Child Benefit database, Hartnett took over the post in an acting capacity. After permanent replacements were appointed, Mike Clasper as non-executive Chairman and Lesley Strathie as Chief Executive, Hartnett was appointed to a new post of Second Permanent Secretary for Tax, with responsibility for tax professionalism"

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