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Dr Faustus

Andrew Flint takes a sideways look at the tax world
A tax fraudster was ordered yesterday to pay back £16.25m in one of the largest confiscation rulings on record.
'Ian Leaf who is serving a 10-year prison sentence was convicted two years ago of 13 counts of fraudulent trading …'
Financial Times 20 September 2007 reporting the final stages in proceedings against Mensa member Ian Leaf as HMRC try to recover some of the estimated £55 million in missing tax. Of course we would never do such things …
'I am sure you feel very smug now that I have crashed and burned. Now that I am sharing a shower with Maori-tattooed non-readers called Tyrese and...
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