So HMRC is to have a service of celebration about the glories of HMRC. In a church. Ritchie:
And why in such a venue so loaded with royal and state significance when HMRC’s job has always been to stand apart from such influences and act with impartiality to collect tax that is due? Does no one in HMRC’s senior management have a clue about the history of tax, democracy, the crown, parliament and the people of the country? If they did then this would have been the last place to choose for such a celebration, if one were needed.
I dunno really, I take that HM bit to have some significance. The “Her Majesty’s” bit of the name of the organisation?
Neoliberal pendantry no doubt…..