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Army of snitches: HMRC hands out more than £1m to Britons who shopped tax dodgers during financial crisis

Army of snitches: HMRC hands out more than £1m to Britons who shopped tax dodgers during financial crisis

Super-snitches have pocketed more than £1 million for helping catch tax-dodgers since the banking crisis began in 2008, it was revealed today. 

Prince’s Duchy exposed to public scrutiny under EIR

The Prince’s Duchy of Cornwall is to be considered a public authority, according to a ruling from a tribunal on information rights, it emerged yesterday.

Following the public outcry about Prince Charles’ secret vetoing of House of Commons bills, the …

Alleged murderer of Milly Dowler receives millions in legal aid

Levi Bellfield, the convicted murderer who is currently on trial for the death of Milly Dowler has received a £2.2m worth of legal aid this far, the Mirror reports.

The amount includes the expenses for his defence for the murdering …