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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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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.
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.
They are clear that the failure of RBS played an important role in the financial crisis of 2008-9 which, together with other macroeconomic factors, triggered the worst recession in the UK since World War II and imposed significant direct costs on British taxpayers and businesses.
Mitchell personally ensured that the programme was overhauled to reflect India's rising resources, and to ensure that it represents good value for money for the British taxpayers.
Mr Nattrass said: "These constant dictatorial displays by the EU are really giving British taxpayers chronic indigestion.
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.
Of course, the fault lies with the British taxpayers, who persist in re-electing these fools from the old established parties with their snouts deep in the trough, despite alternative candidates being available.
Why shouls d British taxpayers fund the bloated Broadcasting Corporation to broadcast to Albania, Portuguese-speaking Africa etc?
BRITISH taxpayers are faced with fines imposed by the European Union auditors of nearly pounds 1m, of which pounds 398m has already been paid and another pounds 601m set aside for future payments.
BRITISH taxpayers should not "cough up"an estimated pounds 7 billion to help bail out the Irish economy, a leading think-tank said.

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