HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has added a further ten alleged tax dodgers to its ‘most wanted' list, as the department faced criticism for so far apprehending only one of 20 original fugitives.
Last year, HMRC published the names and pictures of 20 people it said had cost taxpayers millions in lost revenue. The appeal helped provide intelligence on 15 of the alleged offenders, but only one,...
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