Special lottery for the super-rich?
tHE media have informed us that the royal Family are totally opposed to the very idea of avoiding paying income tax which might otherwise have supported the NHs, but that the accountants they employ had deliberately defied the known wishes of their employers and had secretly invested tens of millions of pounds of their wealth in tax havens, concealing this action from the royals and from the rest of us.
i was somewhat surprised by this wilful behaviour of these disobedient employees, but can we now be assured that all the other accountants of all the other billionaires will no longer be free to decide such matters concerning their control over other people’s money, upon their own personal whim, with the beneficial effect that millions more in tax will go to improve the NHs?
Does a Conservative Chancellor consider that he has any responsibility in these affairs, or is this a special lottery for the super-rich, with a guaranteed bonus prize? CN Westerman Brynna