Spe­cial lot­tery for the su­per-rich?

Cynon Valley - - YOUR VIEWS -

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

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