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UK Inland Revenue access to privileged legal documents may be cut back

In April 2000, the UK Inland Revenue published its revised proposals for a new power to apply for a judicial order to access certain documents. These may be required as evidence in any criminal proceedings connected to suspected serious tax fraud. The proposals are part of the Finance Bill being debated in the UK parliament, and so could change.

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