Hand over your data! HMRC wants more powers to obtain data in bulk

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HMRC wants more bulk data-gathering powers to feed into its growing big data analytics systems

HMRC has made a plea for more power to demand bulk data from online businesses and other organisations, justifying the power grab on the grounds of tackling tax evasion. The new bulk data-gather...

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