TaxAdministrationCalls grow for HMRC chairman replacement

Calls grow for HMRC chairman replacement

Tory MP Fallon asks: where is HMRC's new chairman?

Further calls have been made to the Treasury over the lack of a full-time
chairman at HM Revenue
& Customs
.

Michael
Fallon
, Conservative chairman of the Commons Treasury
sub-committee, has written to the Treasury to ask when the post, currently held
by deputy chairman
Paul
Gray
, will be filled, The Daily Telegraph reported.

The sub-committee had said the space would be filled ‘soon’ during a meeting
three months ago.

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tax

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