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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."
"It seems to me that a country that spends billions on defence is more than capable of looking after its own people without 280 million pounds a year from British taxpayers. They could just spend 280 million pounds less on defence," Conservative MP Philip Davies said.
"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 the Second World War and imposed significant direct costs on British taxpayers and businesses.
Surely, never again should British taxpayers have to bail out banks which are too big to fail."
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.
So, when we see EU funding from "Objective 1" or any form, remember we are just getting some of British taxpayers money back, nothing more, anything else is a myth.
If you are sick of Tony Blair's Government handing over pounds 50 million of British taxpayers' money to the EU every single day and have no wish to be ruled by unelected, faceless, undo-mestic European Union bureaucrats in Brussels and Strasbourg, then simply never vote Liberal Democrat, Conservative or Euro-Labour ever again and instead give your precious vote to one of the fast-growing smaller parties.
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.

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