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HMRC Is Shite
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Monday, 3 April 2017

HMRC Stymied By Brexit

HMRC told the Treasury select committee last week that it estimates that the number of customs declarations at Dover and elsewhere could rise from 60m a year to 300m a year after the UK leaves the EU.

HMRC also admitted it is no longer sure that it can deliver on time a new customs declaration system for all lorries coming in and out of the ports.

Andrew Tyrie, the Treasury select committee chairman, quoted by the Guardian noted that the delivery of CDS was “in doubt”, with HMRC’s internal project management rating placing it in a “major risk” category. He warned that the “consequences of this project failing, or even being delayed, could be serious” and “much trade could be lost”.

Ah well, I dare say MTD will go smoothly!

Tax does have to be taxing.

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1 comment:

  1. Cue the headless chickens, when in danger when in doubt, shout and scream and run about.


    Look it up, it will be a nightmare because it literally is a 2-way issue in that we may wish to retain the virtually impossible to verify current system (coz' its easy than trying to enforce it) but the EU and Le Frogs in particular will no doubt require a return to the stome age. HMG got its knickers in a twist last time the Cabotage rules were amended given the bi-annual effect upon the car industry. Then there are planes and boats, oh err, Mr Mainwaring We're Doomed I Tell Ye, Doomed!