Monthly Archives: May 2014

… and some fantastic double counting…

In my earlier post, I suggested that there was some dodgy use of data in Richard Murphy’s latest report. On that theme, have a look at figures 26 and figures 26a of his report. It’s one of the first places I … Continue reading

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Some fantastic doublethink here…

Couldn’t help but laugh at this: The EU actually, on average and before bad debt and criminal attacks in both cases, thinks the UK has a lower tax gap than HMRC does, but the trend is very different. The marked … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy? Surely not…

This is from Richard Murphy’s post which flounders in trying to reconcile Fair Tax Mark’s consideration of obtaining EIS relief for investors: But let me go back to Nick James’s point: whilst the law is as it is you sometimes have to … Continue reading

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