Paul Gray, who quit the top role at HM Revenue & Customs because of the
missing child benefit data discs, is again working for the government.
Just two weeks after resigning following the revelation that millions of
individuals’ details were left on unencrypted discs that had gone missing, Gray
is working for Sir Gus O’Donnell at the Cabinet Office on £200,000 a year,
according to Channel 4.
The Cabinet Office said he remained a civil servant for contractual reasons,
and would leave at the end of the year, retiring early next year.
"The whole idea of HMRC officials supplying confidential information about individuals to the media on a non-attributable basis is, or should be, a matter of serious concern," say Supreme Court judges
UK-based non-doms have paid ten times more tax than the average taxpayer, raising concerns over the Brexit impact on non-dom contributions and therefore, the economy
A senior MP has questioned the impact of HMRC’s decision to undertake yet another radical overhaul of its internal structure
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