Are your Bills and Notices in English Grammer as per the Oxford Styles Manual

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Georgios Christodoulou (Account suspended)

Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

We will be grateful if you would kindly confirm if your bills and notices are using the English grammer as per the Oxford Guide to Style, formerly known as Hart's Rules.

Yours faithfully,

Georgios Christodoulou on behalf of Team, FOI, HM Revenue and Customs

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Dear Georgios Christodoulou,

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