The reference to the Chancellor’s family business, Osborne and Little, has the ring of truth about it, don’t you think?
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Great to know we are all in this together. This years tax form contained inquisition type questions enquiring if one used an advisor and/or utilised a tax avoidance schemes? Great….was this for the newly formed village renegades or all the little guys playing with light tax ideas. The big multi country blue chip big boys will not be completing this form and swearing the form contents are true and fully declaring avoidance scheme etc.
It’s still one for the rich one for the poor.
All the inuendo and possibilities are “probably” true
the taxes for all corporations should incur penalties. MPs who want a chancery should have no business interests during their time in office. Maybe this principle should apply to all MPs in office.
Why would they want a division of the High Court, or an office in an embassy or consulate?