BusinessPeople In BusinessWarburton and The Age’s criminal error

Warburton and The Age's criminal error

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Accountancy Age
recently reported the news that HMRC wanted to take money direct from people’s bank accounts. Mike Warburton of Grant Thornton, ever the moderate, commented: ‘Dick Turpin was hanged for helping himself to people’s money.’
It turns out Mike (pictured here as a dandy highwayman) has now been set straight on the issue, by an accountant who is Dick Turpin’s direct descendant.

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