Joseph Adunse: Unpicking the Raymond Tooth Supreme Court ruling

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Joseph Adunse: "There are many tax cases that go through the various levels of the British judicial system, but few go as far as the Supreme Court. The case between HM Revenue & Customs and Raymond Tooth is among the rarities."
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Joseph Adunse: "There are many tax cases that go through the various levels of the British judicial system, but few go as far as the Supreme Court. The case between HM Revenue & Customs and Raymond Tooth is among the rarities."

Joseph Adunse looks at the Supreme Court ruling in HMRC and Raymond Tooth, which he describes as a 'comedy of errors'

There are many tax cases that go through the various levels of the British judicial system, but few go as far as the Supreme Court. The case between HM Revenue & Customs and Raymond Tooth is among ...

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