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Andrew Flint reveals all!
 
On February 17 the Financial Times reported that the Revenue had lost 500 computers over a period of five years. The figures were unearthed by a parliamentary question from David Laws Liberal Democrat shadow chief secretary to the Treasury. He was particularly put out that some of the missing computers were laptops which unlike networked PCs have data embedded in their hard drives.
 
This article can exclusively reveal that one such laptop has come into its possession.1
 
It appears to have belonged to one Nicholas Capulet a former philosophy lecturer and now in what appears to be a fairly senior position at the Inland Revenue. It has some very interesting e-mails embedded in its hard drive …
 
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