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meanttobeworking
11th January 2016, 12:24
HMRC chief executive Lin Homer to quit amid criticism from MPs - Telegraph (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/12092862/HMRC-chief-executive-Lin-Homer-to-quit.html)

LondonManc
11th January 2016, 13:32
What a track record.
CEO at Birmingham Council - vote-rigging scandal
Immigration and Nationality Directorate - 1,000 foreign criminals accidentally released
Head of UK Border Agency - Hundreds of foreign prisoners told they could stay in Britain
Permanent Secretary to Department for Transport - cost the taxpayer £100m with the Westcoast Mainline franchise fiasco
Chief Executive at HMRC - £1.9b overstatement of extra revenue, missing out on £16b revenues from tax evaders/avoiders

MrMarkyMark
11th January 2016, 13:35
What a track record.
CEO at Birmingham Council - vote-rigging scandal
Immigration and Nationality Directorate - 1,000 foreign criminals accidentally released
Head of UK Border Agency - Hundreds of foreign prisoners told they could stay in Britain
Permanent Secretary to Department for Transport - cost the taxpayer £100m with the Westcoast Mainline franchise fiasco
Chief Executive at HMRC - £1.9b overstatement of extra revenue, missing out on £16b revenues from tax evaders/avoiders

To put that into any realistic perspective, she should be elevated into a higher role.

A real success story :smokin

billybiro
11th January 2016, 15:17
To put that into any realistic perspective, she should be elevated into a higher role.

A real success story :smokin

Indeed. The Peter Principle (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_principle) in action!

northernladuk
11th January 2016, 15:24
Could be worse. They could get someone competent in and then we need to start worrying!

LondonManc
11th January 2016, 16:01
Could be worse. They could get someone competent in and then we need to start worrying!

Or they could get a competent person in who understands the difference between contractors and disguised employees and uses two small hammers to crack the two different nuts of employers avoiding NICS and contractors running their limited companies in the most tax efficient way possible.

WordIsBond
11th January 2016, 16:04
Could be worse. They could get someone competent in and then we need to start worrying!
Speak for yourself, mate. That's the problem with dodgy people, they think everyone else is like them. ;)

LisaContractorUmbrella
12th January 2016, 10:59
Could be worse. They could get someone competent in

:rollin::rollin::rollin::rollin::rollin::rollin::r ollin: You're so funny!