The figure has never been higher than £37 billion and never lower than £32 billion. What is the chance of that? Especially when as the report notes of the methodologies used.
This HMRC’s definition of the tax gap of course.
Experimental is an interesting phrase: it in essence means ‘we made it up’. If you don’t believe me …..
No, we do believe you. as with your definitions of the tax gap which you just make up.
There’s a quite startling lack of self-knowledge here, isn’t there?