F1 » Ecclestone facing tax investigation

Bernie Ecclestone is facing an HMRC investigation in addition to facing Gerhard Gribkowsy in court over bribery charges.

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November 08, 2011 9:20 PM

Pretty well all big money businesses will at some time or other have used dodgy dealing, nearly always to avoid tax or to rip off others. Hopefully this will set the dogs loose in and around all the little man s dealing back over the years. The bigger the chance of large evasions the further they will go back. This might be very interesting and one way or another will likely cost him dear.

He paid the money to stop mr Nasty throwing up false rumours. False ? GBP30000000 wow what would he pay for REAL ones ? And this payment was not blackmail ? Does he actually believe the bulls that comes out of his mouth ?

bojan - Unregistered

November 08, 2011 10:44 PM

I have been rather expecting this since he came out with his explanation for the Gribkowsy payment.

"Oh, what a tangled web we weave" and all that!

bamboozeled - Unregistered

November 09, 2011 12:25 AM

thats the problem with the worlds economy not enough of the super rich paying there taxes , the uk is owed somewhere in the regency of 100Bn pounds i think that would go a hell of a long way to sorting out the uk economy, but the your government cant bring in a new law to make these people pay there taxes then , its either 1 of 2 things either there upto it them selves or we aint as far up the creek as they make out, either way its not on i say give them 6 weeks to pay what they owe or sieze assets to the value of , like they do with the poor and not so rich ...........

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