Musings From Manchester: My word is my bond

Geoffrey Shindler asks why HMRC should not be held accountable when it breaches a legally binding agreement ‘It worries me that we have legislation which is so one-sided that HMRC can make agreements which, presumably, are intended to be legally binding, and ignore them later.’The holiday season has brought about confirmation that as a country …
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Cases Referenced

  • R (on the application of Dickinson & ors) v HMRC [2017] EWHC 1705 (Admin)