Dear HM Revenue and Customs,
I am submitting a freedom of information request as per the Freedom of Information Act 2000 Chapter 36, regarding the operation and function of the contemporary judicial system over the land known colloquially as Great Britain.
I also attach a link to a document that raised these questions. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/sy...
Please also consider the quantity of varieties of taxation relevant to the British citizen (UK and Local government) listed on the wikipedia page on UK Taxation:
Does there exist, contained within written legislation, a law stating that a Man inhabiting the land of Britain is subject to taxation on the financial compensation received in exchange for their labour?
Does there exist, contained within written legislation, a Parliamentary statute stating that a British citizen is subject to taxation on their Income?
Would it be not logical for a government agency to publish a complete guide to taxation, including exact legal and general definitions, case history and a brief summary of the historical origins of the concept, of each type of taxation imposed on its subjects?
I am writing in response to your request for information, received 22nd
HMRC Freedom of Information Team
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