TaxPersonal TaxRevenue lets Mills go with fine

Revenue lets Mills go with fine

Mills escapes prosecution despite misleading Revenue

David Mills, a company lawyer and the husband of Tessa Jowell, the culture
secretary, has escaped prosecution despite allegedly lying to tax inspectors
over an alleged bribe.

Details of Mills’ dealing with the Revenue emerged in 205 pages of documents
which showed that he among other things, allegedly failed to disclose some bank
account details, The Guardian reported.

The documents were leaked from Milan where Mills is being investigated in two
cases relating to his work for Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian prime
minister.

On Friday a Milan judge ruled that Mills should stand trial for allegedly
helping Berlusconi’s Mediaset television empire to launder money through
offshore accounts.
He is jointly charged with Berlusconi and 12 other defendants.

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