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PCG have won the Arctic S660a case

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    PCG have won the Arctic S660a case

    Seems there are a couple of judges who understand UK law at last!
    Blog? What blog...?

    #2
    How'd you find out so quickly, Malvolio? Are you at the court or something?

    Hmmmm, so that's about £7k in back tax I need to reclaim from HMCR.

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      #3
      Arctic Case

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        #4
        Originally posted by Darren@1stAccountancyServ
        Steady Darren, this isn't the end, get ready for a response from the powers that be...

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          #5
          Arctic Case

          Originally posted by Churchill
          Steady Darren, this isn't the end, get ready for a response from the powers that be...

          Very true, given Gordon Brown's track record for coming up with "quality" pieces of legislation, should be an interesting response!!

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            #6
            Indeed, HMCR could (and if allowed to I'm sure they will) appeal to the House of Lords.

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              #7
              Fully expect them to, if they have been given permission, but let's wait until we see the detail of the ruling. The whole thing has been so wooly up to now either they have made another contentios decision or they have clarified it all properly. In the latter case, an appeal probably won't succeed. Either way, I suspect Gay Gordon isn't celebrating.

              BTW, how did I find out so quickly? SMS and friends in high places seem to help...
              Blog? What blog...?

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                #8
                Originally posted by malvolio
                Fully expect them to, if they have been given permission, but let's wait until we see the detail of the ruling. The whole thing has been so wooly up to now either they have made another contentios decision or they have clarified it all properly. In the latter case, an appeal probably won't succeed. Either way, I suspect Gay Gordon isn't celebrating.

                BTW, how did I find out so quickly? SMS and friends in high places seem to help...
                Are you talking about the creator of the 500k website? Nice work if you can get it...

                <cue Threaded>

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                  #9
                  I couldn't possibly comment. Malvolio must keep his little secrets, doncherknow.

                  Anyway, everyone down the pub and get drunk. This is a major victory for the little people.
                  Blog? What blog...?

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                    #10
                    Indeed, an appeal to the House of Lords is almost a certainty if the judgement allows it (and if it doesn't that decision can itself be appealed). That could add on another year or two. After all, why not when the UK tax payer is paying your legal costs?

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