So now, as is usual, the truth begins to creep out
Firstly, you clearly do not have the knowledge of insolvency even if you have of debt recovery
Insolvency was created to allow second chances and precisely to avoid debtors prison unless there was clear fraud
No on has in the case you allude to suggested fraud that I know of
It should have been dealt with formally as insolvency and not informally as it was
But formal insolvency very, very rarely results in blame being apportioned let alone prison even though much is tax driven
Sop you are a) wrong b) making false claims c) likely to be misrepresenting facts
And so I make clear there are no cases where debt should not be chased – except for the billions of pounds HMRC decide not to chase for their own reasons to which you or I are not privy
All I ask in those cases has always been explanation as to why: it is not forthcoming
You have now had a full answer
Please do not waste my time again
This is about Ms. Batmanandrobin and her charity collecting PAYE from staff wages and then not paying it. HMRC agreed to write off £500k.
Ritchie is, of course, the man who wails that HMRC doesn’t chase tax debts. But apparently that’s fine if it involves Ms. Batmanandrobin.
And if only he knew who he was arguing with in that comment. Someone with detailed and extensive professional knowledge of how tax debt recovery actually works at HMRC….