HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is exploring how it can better publicise fraud investigation outcomes and increase the impact of the sanctions it uses, in order to dispel the myth "people are getting away with tax evasion".
The department said it wants to give the public confidence it is going after wealthy tax evaders and also to deter others from pursuing fraudulent activity. This followed criticism from the Public Accounts...
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