The permanent secretary has already said he will retire, but the rot at the top reaches beyond one individual. The priority must be to bring in non-executive directors who can speak for taxpayers, workers and civil society and challenge those of the over-represented voice of the business world – and make sure it pays its dues.
Prem and Ritchie I think, don\’t you?
Actually, I think I\’d like to see that happen too. Reading the minutes (because of course they would all be terribly transparent, wouldn\’t they) would be a source of endless amusement.
What do you mean that the amount of tax I think they should pay isn\’t what the law says they should pay?