16 August 2012

No bounty hunters wanted?

Poor old HMRC.  They have not quite got it right:

Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs has taken a leaf out of the FBI's book, publishing the details of Britain's "most wanted" tax fugitives.
Tax inspectors hope that by naming and shaming the 20 men and women believed to be guilty of the biggest smuggling or tax fraud scams they can track them down. Together the 20 have allegedly cost the taxpayer £765m and may face lengthy jail sentences if they ever see the inside of a court. 

The problem?  Where's the details of the reward?


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