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Tax Avoidance And Evasion

Volume 931: debated on Monday 9 May 1977

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many specialist offices have been set up by the Inland Revenue to deal with tax avoidance and evasion; where they are located; what staff are employed, qualified or otherwise; and what action is planned to extend the number of offices and staff.

There are at present three special offices, each with a staff of 17. These are in Edinburgh. Manchester and London. A fourth office with similar staffing is to be opened shortly in Birmingham.