Monthly Archives: February 2015

HMRC, human rights and public confidence: the impact of repeated hammering

HMRC is certainly taking a hammering these days. Those in the twittersphere have questioned their modus operandi and the press has hounded the public authority for failing to prosecute more Swiss bank account holders. Both the Treasury Select Committee and Public … Continue reading

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WHAT HAPPENS IN SWITZERLAND STAYS IN SWITZERLAND…

A INTRODUCTION Global headlines have been caught by the release of data detailing the facilitation of tax dodging, likely evasion,[1] by the Swiss branch of HSBC. There is in reality nothing new about the revelations-the ‘Lagarde List’ has been blowing … Continue reading

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