Jailed accountant ordered to pay HMRC £2.4m

London accountant, Christos Charalambous, was jailed for 8 years in July 2010 for tax fraud and has been given 10 months to pay HMRC £2.4m or face another 8 years in prison...

Labour candidate for the mayoral election avoids £50,000 tax

British Labour Party politician, Ken Livingstone, has reportedly used a tax avoidance loophole to avoid over £50,000 in tax...

HMRC’s Top Tax Official under-attack for £10,000 expenses bill

HM Revenue and Custom’s permanent secretary for tax, Dave Hartnett, has spent £10,245 of public funds on expenses over a period of nine months in 2011...

HMRC challenge Football Creditors’ Rule

In November 2011 HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) opened a case against the football creditor rule at the High Court in Central London for which a ruling is expected to be reached in coming weeks...

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