Over the years, the ancient common law offence, commonly termed ‘cheating the Revenue’, has been charged in scores of cases of tax evasion. Although much of the offence’s scope is now replicated in the statutory offence of fraudulently evading income tax (see ¶195-800), it continues to have relevance to the evasion of other taxes.

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