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The 2008 Wyman Debate

Robin Williamson reports on the Wyman Debate held on Thursday 10 July at the Chartered Accountants' Hall
The 2008 Wyman Debate was held in Chartered Accountants' Hall on Thursday 10 July. The motion was:
'This House believes that the balance between the rights of the citizen and the powers of the taxing authority have tilted too far in favour of HMRC'.
Paul Aplin chairman of the ICAEW Tax Faculty chaired the debate and introduced the speakers. They were Francesca Lagerberg head of the National Tax Office at Grant Thornton and Chairman of the Tax Faculty's Technical Committee; Mark Neale head of HM Treasury's Budget Tax and Welfare Directorate; Keith Gordon barrister of Atlas Chambers; and Simon Norris ...

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