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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This proves to be a huge problem, especially for the British taxpayers.
Perhaps her idea of overtaxing the British taxpayer will make the Tories think twice about supporting this lame duck.
"It would help banks in Thailand and I am not going to use British taxpayers' money to bail out Thai banks.
A National Audit Office (NAO) report has revealed that foreign criminals are costing British taxpayers GBP850m a year, Sky News revealed on Wednesday.
British taxpayers are deserving of a level playing field| THE Government has announced plans to spend billions on railway infrastructure, as a means of boosting our economy and generating work, but ignores the fact that under EU regulations such work will be open to the whole of Europe to tender for, and we recall the last Government placed orders abroad and works were forced to close.
This followed an outcry that British taxpayers' cash was being lavished on an increasingly well-off country with its own space programme and nuclear weapons, the Daily Express reports.
She has now been given away with a promise of funding, no doubt from British taxpayers to assist the Australians to take her to Adelaide in South Australia.
It's time to stop this showering of British taxpayers' money on "developing nations"; cut it all out at the stroke of a pen and use the pounds 98 billion a year recovered back home and give the tax-weary people of Britain a break.
Surely the answer is that by lending British taxpayers' money to a foreign company to take over a British company, the Government are guaranteeing a substantial return on the loan at high rates of interest, which can be used to help pay off the enormous debt to the IMF which they have incurred.
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. Will there be no end to this madness?
In total, the greedy gang ripped British taxpayers off by the sum of pounds 400, 000.
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