HMRC’s observations

In R v Eleftheriou [1993] BVC 257, the Court of Appeal held that evidence based on observations shouted by one HMRC officer to another was not to be relied on at a trial for fraudulent evasion of VAT. Thus, the convictions were quashed.

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