The millions HMRC pays to informants may not be value for money


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dressed as the three chancellors, George Osborne, Ed Balls and
Danny Alexander, wearing Oxfams famous big heads take part in a
crystal dome cash grab stunt, on March 17, 2015 in London,
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LONDON – The UK’s tax collector has
paid nearly £2 million for information
about tax evasion
since 2013, but whether or not this represents value for money is
unclear, according to a leading tax lawyer.

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) did not disclose the number or
value of individual payments, which are made

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