Inland Revenue

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Inland Revenue

(in Britain and New Zealand) a government board that administers and collects major direct taxes, such as income tax, corporation tax, and capital gains tax
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Just a couple of weeks after learning how they are effect ively subsidising India's mission to Mars, British taxpayers will be dismayed to discover that the Indian government is splashing the cash on these new warships," the Daily Express quoted Matthew Sinclair, chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, as saying.
I wouldn't ask British taxpayers to stand behind the Greek or Spanish deposits.
The move has given rise to fresh speculation that British taxpayers would need to foot another bailout bill.
When will the British taxpayers get their money back.
Why shouls d British taxpayers fund the bloated Broadcasting Corporation to broadcast to Albania, Portuguese-speaking Africa etc?
This, of course, will all be paid for by the British taxpayers.
Dear Sir, According to media reports, whilst recently addressing the Scottish Labour party (there is no English Labour party), Gordon Brown said that "Scotland had only been saved from ruin because British taxpayers had given guarantees worth pounds 37 billion".
I WAS shocked to discover that British taxpayers subsidise MPs to the tune of 43 per cent to eat and drink at the Houses of Parliament.
CHERIE Blair is to line her pockets with ANOTHER overseas lecture trip - and British taxpayers will pick up the pounds 2,000 tab for her security.
They are costing British taxpayers billions that we need for the NHS, law and order and education.
The pounds 1m campaign is being funded by British taxpayers.
If they can afford to have some high-tech mission to Mars they can afford to look after their own people without British taxpayers having to put their hands in their pockets for money they haven't got.
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