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Thursday, 25 October 2018

HMRC Too Aggressive, and Mel Stride Afraid To Face The Lords



What an utter disgrace!

Tax does have to be taxing.

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9 comments:

  1. Can't bullshit their way out of the questioning, therefore doing a runner and making themselves a bit scarce. Quite happy to take the fat salary and pension for the 'role' with all the fluffy perks.

    If all else fails, always play the professional victim card which seems to be flavour of the month. Dispels any criticism whatsoever in one go.

    Fair play to The Lords, doesn't take much to see through the shite the department spews out.

    Fill in your magic survey with loaded questions remember....

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  2. HMRC are stereotypical bullies, a bunch of fucking cowards.

    Investigate and prosecute these wrongdoers!

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  3. They damage the health of us tax payers with their aggressive behaviour then show how scared they are with being held to account. Snide, timid wankers fucks sake

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  4. Stride has made the understandable, but critical, error of taking all the self serving BS fed to him by HMRC senior beings at face value.

    I mean, why would they lie?

    Too late has he come to understand he has been badly briefed by those with much to hide, wound up like a clockwork mouse, pointed in an "appropriate" direction and let go.

    Bit like Dominic Raab who has also declined to appear before a Committee to explain himself because he can't talk to detailed matters. Beyond his understanding because it all lies in the hands of another self opinionated senior civil servant, this time Ollie Robbins



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    1. Surely HMRC senior management would not lie to a Minister of the Crown? Their dishonesty is legendary to HMRC staff, taxpayers and accountants but if they are now lying to government this is going to become a huge scandal. Get the popcorn ready...

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  5. www.accountancyage.com/hmrc-buckling-under-brexit-and-mtd/

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  6. Stride has already stood up in the Commons and effectively said Avoidance and Evasion are the same.

    He didn't come to that view unassisted.

    The Technical and Operational complexities are outside of his experience and skill set, same as most Ministers, so reliant on what he us being told.

    And that, as increasingly demonstrated by the Lords Committee and others, is tending to the worst kind of arse covering bullshit, factual distortions and economies with the truth.

    That exposed, Stride finds himself in a very difficult position

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  7. The various wheels are losing their nuts at this time;
    Brexit,
    RTI,
    Universal Credit - whose computer system does it rely on?

    Helene' a Handcart beckons and the 'reef of doom' greedily awaits the looming shipwreck that is HMRC. Look in the wake for the trail of rats. :)

    Do I detect the never ending whir of the revolving doors and the swish of the dubbing sword?

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  8. HMRC hide criminality and law-breaking within the department. This information is in the public interest. People at the very top are fully aware. If I've got this wrong they are welcome to sue me and we'll discuss further at that point.

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