Dawn raids on suspected tax evaders have increased by one-third to 669 over the five years to March, figures released by HMRC have shown.
Over the same period, the number of evasion-related prosecutions more than doubled from 501 to 1067, highlighting HMRC's effort to sharpen its focus on tax cheats, the FT reported. Pinsent Masons head...
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