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I've looked around for a thread on this subject, but found none. So here goes:

A friend of mine, very respectable and successful, sold a property abroad, without realising that as a matter of routine, the Inland Revenue were automatically advised.

He pleaded not guilty to tax evasion. The trial lasted a fortnight and he got 2 years of which he served half, albeit in an open prison.

There's a theory that if you plead guilty they only fine you... but if you waste their time you go to jail.

Am I the only person here who thinks Harry is on his way to the big house?

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