Four jailed for counterfeit tobacco fraud

Four men behind a Grimsby tobacco counterfeiting fraud, worth around £95,500 in evaded duty, have been jailed for a total of six years after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Eric Cuerton, 57, from Grimbsy, John Stewart, 51, from Birkenhead, and Ronald Johnson, 53, from Dartford, were arrested in May 2013 after HMRC officers seized 553 kilograms of hand- rolling tobacco (HRT)...

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Reliable Gatwick taxi service and public transport for airport transfer Gatwick

Gatwick airport is one of the prominent airports in the London, as it handles almost 25% of the air traffic of the London.If you are planning to go to London through this airport, you should be aware of the options of public and private transport available for the airport transfer in Gatwick. In reality, there is plenty of service available to support 100 thousands of passengers who travel...

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Credit Card Machines for Car Boot Sales

Small businesses for many years have been limited to taking cash or bank transfers as payment unless they take a 24 month contract to use a credit card machine, this makes it a very unwise decision for people selling on car boots. So welcome to the brand new pay as you go option for small businesses and car boot sellers that allows them to take debit/ credit cards on the move – these are fully...

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Energy Prices Will Not Impact On UK Shale

Even with the current fall in oil and gas prices, shale exploration will still be viable in the UK.  “Shale oil and gas will take some time to bring online, but this is a long-term investment, and prices will always fluctuate up and down. What’s key is the UK can gain independence from foreign gas by developing this massive resource under its own soil. “The North Sea is suffering because of the...

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Blackpool VAT fraudsters jailed

A man and his wife from Blackpool, who hijacked their friends’ identities in order to fraudulently claim £1 million in VAT, have been jailed after an HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigation. Richard Williams, 55, and Laurel Howarth, 28, pretended to run a number of businesses, across the North West region, selling specially-adapted beds for the disabled. They used the identities of...

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