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Revenue now 'bigger than pop stars'

The Inland Revenue is more popular than pop star Robbie Williams, and that's almost official.

A survey of the 20 most popular search terms used by internet surfers on a well known search engine reveals the Revenue comes in at number 10 well ahead of some of the world’s favourite pop stars.

Rocker Williams is left standing by the Revenue, as are Britney Spears (15) and, most shockingly of all for TS, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (20).

However it failed to beat off interest in Harry Potter (4) and who shot Phil Mitchell in Eastenders (8).

Ian Schooler, head of marketing over at the Revenue, said he was ‘pleased, but not surprised, that we came so high in a popularity survey.’ There?s confidence for you.

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