May 29, 2019

The Good Law Project sues HMRC over Uber’s tax dodging

The Good Law Project is suing HMRC for failing to stem losses due to Uber’s tax dodging. HMRC’s inaction means that around £20m is lost every month. We have now filed a judicial review claim at the High Court.  

In a previous blog post, we wrote how we were intending to bring judicial review proceedings in respect of its failure to assess Uber to what we now estimate to be more than £1.1bn of unpaid VAT and interest.

HMRC has also responded to our Letter Before Action. You can see HMRC’s response here.

You can read our director’s witness statement here.

We will update this page in due course.

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