Mar 13, 2017

Judge's son accused of involvement in Britain's biggest ever tax con - Court News UK

  A judge’s son took part in a plot to fleece the government out of nearly £108m in Britain’s biggest ever tax fraud, a court heard. Jonathon Anwyl, 43, allegedly helped run an investment scheme, favoured by celebrities, which saw applications made to the Treasury for tax credits for environmental projects. Anwyl, from Ringmer, East Sussex, is the son of Shirley Anwyl, a former judge at Woolwich...

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