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Wednesday, 19 October 2016

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  1. HMRC + IT + managing change = I see problems ahead.

  2. What year did the merger happen? They're still trying to get over that. So dealing with Brexit will take them 20 years. With an extras dose of bullying for the staff thrown in.

    1. A mention of the HMRC bullying once more. That out of control place really does need to be investigated. HMRC are not experts in tax (well apparently Homer said she wasn't to the PAC) but they are experts in bullying.

    2. Workplace bullies, in HMRC or elsewhere, are basically thugs. If HMRC had a policy of outside independent investigators looking at allegations of such misconduct with those accused facing a disciplinary hearing to be held in public - i.e. the thugs publically named & shamed, I can't help feeling that rates of bullying would dramatically decline. Bullying ruins careers and lives, not to, mention wasting huge amounts of taxpayers money clearing it up, and if it stops just one case that's got to be a good thing. Hopefully this could be an idea taken forward by a minister.

  3. HMRC are such an insular organisation I wouldn't be shocked if they've not even heard about Brexit yet. Once they wake up, it'll take 10 years to think about it, and another 20 sorting it out. I think to avoid chaos to UK trade HMRC are going to need close supervision from a high up level in Government.