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Dom Joly denied Non Dom Dom Joly status

Dom Joly, who made his fortune as a mobile phone giant by shouting into a giant mobile phone, is to be forbidden non-domiciled tax status, according to HMRC. Non Dom Dom Joly will either have to live in his native abroad or revert to his original Dom Joly status.

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Posted: Apr 9th, 2015
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HMRC announce crackdown on anything Swiss

Millions of UK tax payers may be sitting on vast holdings of Toblerone without declaring the assets to Her Majesty’s revenue and customs, Conservative ministers have claimed. ‘Swiss, d’you see,’ trumpeted George Osborne, ‘obviously we can’t let them get away with it!’

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Posted: Feb 16th, 2015
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Bernie Ecclestone avoids £1.2bn tax bill by claiming to be under 12

A Panorama investigation has revealed that the diminutive Formula 1 boss has been cunningly concealing his age (83) by only appearing in public as a wrinkled child, with an anaemic Harry Styles hair piece and a series of elegant models to breastfeed him.

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Posted: Apr 28th, 2014
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Government to step in to deal with floods of tax returns

The government has been forced to step in to deal with an expected deluge of millions of last-minute online tax returns on 31 January. Troops will be on standby to ensure phone lines are kept open, and GCHQ will temporarily lift surveillance activities to ensure there are no blockages.

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Posted: Feb 1st, 2014
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HMRC investigate Google’s taxes by Googling “Google’s taxes”

Martin Nunn, head of HMRC’s Corporate Tax division, today responded to criticism about HMRC’s lack of action against Google, who yet again have not paid any tax.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2013
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