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Mps Be Exempt From New Law To Block Tax Avoidance


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HM Revenue & Customs says that this legislation is only there to stop ‘tax avoidance’. However, Section 554E(8) specifically exempts members of the House of Commons and the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority from the new legislation in situations where they are actually caught by it.

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/finance/ianmcowie/100009953/why-should-mps-be-exempt-from-new-law-to-block-tax-avoidance/

And again We are in it together.

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Great example to all us taxpayers.....a major change is needed to the system...I like the suggestion of maximum terms for politicians.. (plus prison terms for the dishonest)

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Great example to all us taxpayers.....a major change is needed to the system...I like the suggestion of maximum terms for politicians.. (plus prison terms for the dishonest)

The 'system' is so skewed against fair play - some might say riddled with corruption and fraud - that those able to change things could well be beneficiaries of the status quo and will have no interest in doing so.

Never has so much been so obviously wrong and so little done about it - staggering.

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