The CIoT was most accommodating to TS last week at the House of Commons, serving us plenty to drink in a convivial setting.
It wasn’t just the CIoT we had to thank, it was also their parliamentary representative, one Quentin Davies MP, whose lower house clout got TS through the door.
Yes, the same Quentin Davies who only the other week crossed the floor to join the Labour party, amidst a welter of complaints about the Tories breaking promises (unlike Quentin) and David Cameron being shallow.
According to the list of member’s interests it also turns out Quentin earns between £5,000 and £10,000 a year from the tax institute for being its parliamentary consultant.
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