HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
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Wednesday, 19 June 2019

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7 comments:

  1. I would be quite interested in seeing the passenger list on these flights. Do you think Obese Slob deviants and his tart underlings wanted to be part of the mile high club? With everything else that went on they might as well go for the jackpot. After all, we're paying for it. Absolute shit hole of a department.

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  2. Perhaps the reason HMRC booked twice as many flights as the Home Office is because they have twice as many staff?
    No, sorry it has to be all about 'deviants' and 'tarts' doesn't it.
    Tra la la.....

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  3. And? Now they shouldn't do their jobs visiting businesses to do investigations? Business doesn't arrange their HQs etc to accommodate HMRC or any other government department. And I suspect that HMRC's core job is visiting businesses, whereas the HO has other fish to fry.
    HM Government has approved centralising HMRC into a few core sites which means HMRC no longer has the geographical reach it once had. So it will be necessary for investigators to travel further to do their jobs. HM Government can shoulder this one, especially as MTD is yet to replace the need to undertake visits.

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  4. Interesting. My experience was that as geographical areas that we were expected to cover expanded, the travel & subsistence budgets reduced .

    Therefore, managers (sat safely back at base) expected officers to conduct business entailing a 400 mile round trip to not incur an overnight stay.
    Conversely, management meetings held in private venues (not regional centres) incurred overnight hotel accommodation expenses.
    One rule for the workers - and another for management!!

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    1. One rule for management and another for the workers.
      So basically the same as every other organisation everywhere?

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  5. One rule for the workers - and another for management.
    So, basically the same as every other organisation everywhere!

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  6. Then don't sit scratching your head when workers decide they cannot be arsed to travel more than an hour up the road to a Regional Centre!

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