» Wednesday, February 27, 2008


Asked if the Prime Minister thought it was good tax planning by a company to put a large amount of its business in the Cayman Islands, and was this something that should be looked at by Revenue and Customs, the PMS replied that he was not going to comment on individual companies, but these were operational matters for HMRC who had been quite rigorous in recent years in ensuring that individuals and companies paid the amount of tax that they were expected to pay.

Asked if the Prime Minister had been interviewed by the police, the PMS replied that the Prime Minister had not been interviewed by the police.

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