Tax cheats - HMRC's criminal case highlights of 2016

HMRC have revealed their top ten most significant fraud and organised crime cases of the last year.

Simon York, Director of HMRC's Fraud Investigation Service, said:

'Day in, day out, HMRC is coming down hard on tax cheats. As these cases show, we'll tackle anyone committing tax fraud, regardless of how well resourced, well advised, or well organised. These ten prosecutions are among the most significant cases we've handled this year, and they reflect the wide range of work carried out by HMRC.'

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