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Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?

The Tax Journal has offered its Editorial Board and others a free hand (with no Editorial interference) to publish their opinions which do not of course necessarily represent those of The Tax Journal. Simon McKie kicks off with some strong comments on the current anti-avoidance debate
'“The link between taxes and the social goods that would be impossible without them is the very foundation of tax morality and cannot be stated too often. The public at large resents large-scale avoidance as dodging the contribution to the U.K's. needs. So we will continue to provide Ministers with the advice and support they need to block avoidance measures promptly ...”.
[Sir Nicholas Montagu Chairman of the Inland Revenue warned … that the Revenue...

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