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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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An analyst has suggested that British taxpayers will have to pay more tax, as wealthy bankers leave the nation following Brexit.
A National Audit Office (NAO) report has revealed that foreign criminals are costing British taxpayers GBP850m a year, Sky News revealed on Wednesday.
So there must be a level playing field to protect the people who provide the money, the British taxpayers.
ROYAL Bank of Scotland are dishing out free dollars and drinks to Americans - while begging British taxpayers for more bailout cash.
This, of course, will all be paid for by the British taxpayers.
In total, the greedy gang ripped British taxpayers off by the sum of pounds 400, 000.
BRITISH taxpayers are missing out on up to pounds 3.
The money to pay for the redevelopment was raised from the National Lottery Fund, private donors, and the government, while sixteen million pounds came from the British taxpayers.
But running the lifeboats and paying the thousands of rescue workers does not cost British taxpayers a penny.
Privatising the bailed-out Royal Bank of Scotland on the cheap, leaving British taxpayers PS7billion out of pocket, is nothing but ideological fanaticism by Chancellor George Osborne.
Mr Cameron's first priority must be to insure that British taxpayers fund only a true National Health Service and not an underfunded free-forall international health service.
It cost British taxpayers billions, the lives of 179 British servicemen, the destruction of an ancient city and tens of thousands of innocent Iraqi people.
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