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Inland Revenue

A former agency of the British government responsible for the collection of income taxes, VAT and other taxes on goods and services originating in the United Kingdom. It was merged with the Board of Customs and Excise to form HM Revenue and Customs.

Inland Revenue

the UK government department that is responsible for assessing individual and corporate TAXATION liabilities (HM Inspector of Taxes), and for the collection of taxation monies due (HM Collector of Taxes).

Inland Revenue

a UK government department that is responsible for assessing individual and corporate TAXATION liabilities (HM Inspector of Tax), and for the collection of taxation monies due (HM Collector of Taxes). In the USA, the Internal Revenue Service performs similar functions.
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So there must be a level playing field to protect the people who provide the money, the British taxpayers.
Whatever the discussions we have today I will be trying to get a good deal for the British taxpayer, a good deal for Britain, one that I can put before the British Parliament, one that I can put before the British people.
In total, the greedy gang ripped British taxpayers off by the sum of pounds 400, 000.
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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.
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SLIM Palmer trips out the regular advice for people who oppose the huge cost the Royal Family impose on British taxpayers.
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Surely, never again should British taxpayers have to bail out banks which are too big to fail.

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