HMRC vs MGH

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Homunculus at 8.32pm. I’ll take a punt at this. …

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Homunculus at 8.32pm. I’ll take a punt at this. MGH being liquidated meant that Mr. Thornhill QC ( a first rate legal mind) no longer had anyone to represent, so decided he did’nt need the hassle of further appeals. The money needed to pay a QC must have come from somewhere, so Mr. Dunlop QC got the gig, even when tax litigation is not forte. This tells it’s own story to my way of thinking. Looking forward to tomorrow’s episode.EDIT, should have typed “his forte”.

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