TaxAdministrationRevenue clutching at ‘straws’

Revenue clutching at 'straws'

Cabinet minister tax code wrong

HM Revenue & Customs has managed to
get cabinet minister
Jack Straw’s
tax code wrong, in yet another embarrassing episode for the
taxman,

According to The Daily
Record,
Straw was classified as being ‘between jobs’, by HMRC in a
letter sent him a letter this month.

The letter said Straw’s tax code had changed as he was in an employment gap,
despite the fact that the ex-Commons leader was appointed Justice Minister and
Lord Chancellor in June.

Further reading:

Straw invites advisers into Budget committee

Straw rejects database demands.

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