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Thursday, 9 July 2015

Osborne's £750M Investment In HMRC


In yesterday's Budget, George Osborne announced a £750M "investment" in HMRC.

The chancellor said the money will be used to 'go after offshore trusts' and will triple the number of evaders HMRC pursues for prosecution.

Question, is this extra money or merely a reallocation of monies from within HMRC's current budget?

Tax does have to be taxing.

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4 comments:

  1. well it certainly wont go on staffs wages. there are 2 whole grades that arent on the £9 an hour he's promising britain by 2020, so the pay freeze means nothing. in the staff comments thare are pages and pages of angry staff. and lin homers response? sorry theres nothing i can do about pay however we are creating interesting jobs that really matter??!?! how does that pay my rent?

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  2. TORY SCUM !!!

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  3. What staff will be collecting this. The disengaged majority who have had news of the round of pay cuts? Osbourne can go fook himself.

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  4. Triple? From 1 to 3.

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